Campus Violence Prevention Resource Guides

Campus Violence Prevention Resource GuidesThe Campus Violence Prevention Resource Guides were developed by the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault in 2003, with funding from the Grants to Reduce Violent Crimes Against Women on Campus Program through the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Violence Against Women Office. These guides are designed to help colleges and universities implement and maintain violence prevention educational programs and effective policies and procedures in response to violence against women on campus, including sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, and to improve campus services for victims and survivors of campus violence.

There are eleven guides total, of which there are ten audience-specific guides and one overview guide. Click on their titles below to download each guide.

Considerations for the prevention of sexual violence in LGBTQ communities


Terri Phoenix, Director of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill LGBTQ Center, presented at the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault’s iLEAD Conference in May 2011. In this video, Phoenix summarizes her presentation on “how organizations can utilize the principles of universal design, community assessment, and agency assessment to examine extent to which [organizations] are welcoming, inclusive of people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions”.

Reducing Violence One Green Dot at a Time


At CALCASA’s 2010 Campus Training & Technical Assistance Institute in Las Vegas, there was a four-day Green Dot Training. Green Dot is prevention st犀利士
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A CALL TO MEN to End Violence Against Women


Prior to delivering his endnote address at CALCASA’s 2010 Campus Training & Technical Institute in Las Vegas, CALCASA staff speaks with Tony Porter of A Call to Men about how he calls to “challenge the social norms that define manhood”. Watch as he discusses how violence is rooted in “the collective socialization of manhood”.