Dating violence sexual assault
Chimera self-defense classes are available for a small fee.Campus Location: 608-265-6389 Community Office: 608-251-5126 24-Hour Crisis Line: 608-251-7273 Domestic Abuse Intervention Services is an off-campus community agency providing free and confidential services for survivors of dating/domestic violence, stalking, including emergency shelter, legal advocacy, community education, and support groups.Investigations into situations involving employees and students will be conducted in cooperation with Human Resources.Investigations into situations involving only employees will be conducted by Human Resources.“For example, demanding to know where someone is at all times, touching or pinching parts of someone's body in public when they’ve made it clear it’s unwanted, or controlling what type of clothes someone wears—these are all abusive behaviors that violate someone’s boundaries.” The laws about sexual violence and dating violence vary by state and situation.
The way dating violence is often portrayed in the media suggests acts of physical and sexual violence.
Dating violence includes: Dating violence often starts with emotional abuse.
You may think that behaviors like calling you names or insisting on seeing you all the time are a "normal" part of relationships.
These behaviors may violate a person’s boundaries, be emotionally abusive, or otherwise controlling.
“Small controlling behaviors might not seem like a big deal at the time, but they can escalate and eventually put someone at risk,” added Pinero.