“rape kits”): STAR Central’s RESPECT (Rape Education Services by Peers Encouraging Conscious Thought) website has more information about how to seek medical care and what steps you can take.To report to law enforcement: To report to the university: The U of A is committed to providing an environment for employees, students and campus visitors that is free from harassment or violence. A STAR Central victim advocate can help provide confidential personal support throughout the reporting, investigating, and adjudicating/prosecuting processes.Preservation of potential evidence does not mean that you have to pursue criminal charges, but it keeps that option open for you.Many assaults do not result in serious physical injury.You can seek medical care at any time following an assault, but we strongly recommend that you do so as soon as possible.
The following local providers offer specially trained victim advocates, as well as providers for forensic evidence collection (a.k.a.
For more info, call STAR Central Office of the Pat Walker Health Center at 479-575-7252.
For more resources, please visit the Title IX website.
Anyone can be a victim of domestic or dating violence.
Both sexual assault and domestic violence are extreme forms of sexual harassment and are prohibited by Title IX.