Steps to take to create a supportive learning environment for students, handle disclosures, and provide appropriate support and referrals.
- Faculty Involvement [PDF 33KB]
- Teaching About Criminal Victimization: Guidelines for Faculty [PDF 147KB | MS Word 186KB]
- Reading: The Nature and Extent of Criminal Victimization [PDF 148KB]
- PowerPoint from the Sloan Consortium: Responding to the Challenges of Victimization Issues in an Online Environment (presented October 10, 2012) [PPT 191KB | PDF 110KB]
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