Brock's Sexual Assault Response Protocol
Brock University has always been committed to fostering a safe campus for students, staff and faculty. We achieve this with a range of policies and resources aimed at creating and maintaining a learning and work environment free from discrimination and harassment. A large part of Brock’s efforts in promoting respect for the dignity of every individual has included developing and implementing programs that educate and train the Brock community to address and prevent sexual assault and harassment.
We have had a standalone sexual assault policy in place to respond to the needs of survivors, and to ensure that timely supports and services are always accessible. That policy remains a key pillar of our safe campus programming. As such, it will be reviewed and updated this spring in consultation with students, first responders and law enforcement officials, and support organizations.
Student, staff and faculty safety remains our highest priority, and we are dedicated to continuing to work together to prevent and respond to sexual assault and support survivors. We will continue to keep the community updated on this most serious issue as we move forward in enhancing our safe campus culture.
President, Brock University
If you think you have been sexually assaulted: