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END GUEST HOST SESSION - Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics...
OVCRC
07/27/2006
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What kinds of evaluation feedback have you had on your work in these fields?
RB
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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On our campus, the Director of our sexual assault program sees clients who have been assaulted and is bound by standards of confidentiality that are unique to psychologists. However, this office typical...
M. Mount
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Hello Daniel, have college campuses been including LGBTQ sexual assault survivors in their programs, awareness, training, etc.; and, are these issues becoming more prevalent on campuses then in the past?
GMU SAS
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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What suggestions or practices for judicial proceedings are you aware of that would enable the victim and the accused to go through the process without being in the same room?
J. Renfro
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Is it your recommendation that all colleges/universities have a victim advocate on campus? If no, please list criteria as to when a school should consider employing one.
Joyce Schaum
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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What is the number one issue for a new campus police chief?
Cmdr PDenton
07/27/2006
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Dee
07/27/2006
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It seems that local police and campus police have different missions: one more enforcement oriented, the other more focused on education and intervention. Any advice on improving cooperation and coordiant...
Cmdr PDenton
07/27/2006
arrow icon Another complex question. Generally make sure that the two a...
Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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We serve crime victims and have an outreach office on campus, do you have any advice for how to increase students usage of our services? We currently send out mass e-mails, have posters, and events. Elai...
Elaine Ladwig
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Can you tell us if the Clery Act requires reporting of crimes ONLY if they occured on campus property?
Francine
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Many students live in off-campus housing. Are there strategies developed to reduce crimes targeted at these students?
Min Xie
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Are registered sex offenders required to notify campus officials if they are living on campus and how would students be notified, if at all.
Jennie B
07/27/2006
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Carolyn Brauniu
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Mr. Carter, At our University the University Police and city police have an extremely cooperative relationship and work together on campus crime. Do you find this typical of other universities?
Stephanie Frogg
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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What about the school who calls in local police officers or deputies to make the actual arrest? Doesn't that misrepresent the amount of crime on campus and how can we remedy that?
Beth DeValve
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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How do most schools deal with handling an administrative hearing (Judicial Process) for a student accused of committing a sexual assault who has also been charged criminally by the University Police? What ...
Sgt. Austin
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Hi, Daniel! You guys do such great work - thanks for doing this OVC seminar. I've met many students that have been sexually assaulted on their campus, only to find that their campus judicial process ...
Ben A-Zeman
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Ben Atherton-Ze
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Does your agency have any suggestions on how to apporach campus faculty and staff about training issues. I find that our outreach is not effective, or that the colleges don't want to hear what types of cri...
Paula Wall
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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What programming on university campus' have you found to be the most successful in dealing with women's issues?
Melissa
07/27/2006
arrow icon Dr. John Foubert from William and Mary University has a prog...
Dawn
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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do you have sample policies that you would be willing to share that colleges and universities across the country can adapt without having to recreate the wheel and also feel confident that those policies a...
laurel
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
arrow icon We don't offer sample policies, and of course each school wi...
Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Can you describe the latest trends in campus safety, with a particular emphasis on preventing sexual assault? Thanks
Sherry Hamby
07/27/2006
arrow icon SOC's peer education program at http://www.safeoncampus.org/...
Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
arrow icon Do you know of any way to get further information on specifi...
Nikki Gausman
07/27/2006
arrow icon Students educating students is a very popular and effective ...
Amy
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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My experience in the last 22 years as both a state and federal victim's advocate is that many college campus deans, and others responsible for dealing with rape victims, often not only make it difficult fo...
Shane VerPlanck
07/27/2006
arrow icon Daniel,Can you tell me what the statute of limitations is fo...
lauren
08/10/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
arrow icon Daniel, What then are the types of sanctions that sch...
Shane VerPlanck
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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What is the single most important prevention tool to be used by college students? Is there a list or directory of victim service providers for Ohio Colleges that is available for new college students?
Angel Pease
07/27/2006
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J. Renfro
07/27/2006
arrow icon Prevention does require collaboration among all members of t...
Paul Steiner
07/27/2006
arrow icon Crime prevention is a collaborative approach between all cam...
Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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There is much talk about on campus violence. What can be done to get college administrators to take a more serious role in the prevention of on campus use of alcohol and to have better proctoring of dorms...
Rosemary Pezzut
07/27/2006
arrow icon Administrators need to be educated about the extent of these...
Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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As a small university, one of the problems we have with servicing victims is that they often want to talk to someone, but they do not want anyone to see them going into the counseling center. The counseli...
Lori Sudderth
07/27/2006
arrow icon I had in mind another location on your campus, but a less co...
Daniel Carter
07/31/2006
arrow icon Do you mean setting up a counseling office that is off campu...
Lori Sudderth
07/27/2006
arrow icon We have established several locations on campus where our Vi...
Jan Deeds
07/27/2006
arrow icon Is it possible to operate a satellite office in a less consp...
Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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Based on the Clery Act, are campuses required to have educational workshops for students, staff and/or faculty?
Kelly Parsley
07/27/2006
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Daniel Carter
07/27/2006
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