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sexual assault / harassment


Stanford: Sexual Harassment Policy Office        Stanford: Sexual Violence Support & Resources


New tool announced here

Vaden Health Center - Stanford's Confidential Support Team 24-hour hotline: 650 725 9955

Not Alone: Stanford's Sexual Assault Support & Resources,    Monterey County Rape Crisis Center

For a SART exam, students would have three options:

  1. Make a report to the police in the locality where the assault occurred – Pacific Grove if it happened there for example. Law enforcement would then request the forensic exam.

  2. Go to the Emergency Department at CHOMP and request a sexual assault forensic exam. This could also be done at Natividad Hospital in Salinas. Those are the two county sites.

  3. Contact Monterey County Rape Crisis Center for more information and to help arrange the exam. They have a 24/7 hotline (831) 375-4357. Website is


Sexual harassment is defined as unwanted sexual conduct, and can include unwelcome verbal, nonverbal, and physical behaviors that interferes with an individual's right to receive an equal education.

Title IX - this get complicated and depends on relative academic positions of all people involved. No committment to proceed if the Title IX people are contacted. You can call for information and to discuss "hypothetical" situations. You remain in control.

SARA - Office of Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse Education & Response (SARA)

SHPO - Sexual Harassment Policy Office

sexual harrassment begins in middle school.pdf            bullies are more likely to become harassers.pdf

Stanford and Hopkins are working to achieve a Culture of Respect for all people.