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1 University of WI-Stevens Point Center for Prevention Strategic Plan Developed Fall 2016-Spring 2017 The Center for Prevention is dedicated to the prevention of alcohol and other drug abuse and interpersonal violence. It is our ongoing commitment to help ensure that our campus communities are safe and welcoming places to live, work, and learn. It is one of our top priorities, and it is not an area for compromise. Ray Cross, President, UW System.

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5 Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Executive Summary Overall Goals and Priorities Problem Statements Too few students are active bystanders when it comes to alcohol and other drug abuse. Too many UWSP students have negative consequences from alcohol use, which results in academic, physical, and social consequences to themselves and the surrounding community. Too many UWSP students binge drink (>5 per party for men, >4 per party for women) which results in academic, physical, and social consequences for themselves and the surrounding community. Too few students know and/or understand University Leaders expectations for UWSP student AODA use. Goal 1: Develop capacity for and implement bystander intervention training to include AODA information Plan for implementation in year three of the strategic plan Include bystander intervention discussion/activity into all educational sanctions Goal 2: Reduce negative consequences of alcohol use Continue to enforce alcohol/drug polices and sanction students appropriately so they receive the proper education Develop social norms campaign using February 2017 data and Greek/Athlete/student leader images Implement social norms campaign with help of peer educators Develop and implement communication plan for parents; Start at summer registration Pilot social norms to OMNA and community Goal 3: Reduce heavy episodic drink rates Social norms campaign to include February 2017 data; most students drink five (5) or fewer when they party (69.4%) Conduct two environment scans of downtown Stevens Point area and/or heavy drinking events (homecoming, Rusty s backwater bash, etc.) Start the conversation with bar owners and the tavern league regarding all you can drink specials (events that encourage binge drinking) Goal 4: Increase students awareness that laws and policies are consistently enforced and supported by university leaders Assess current policies for alcohol/drug use, promotion of alcohol/drug use, sponsorship by alcohol/drug companies, etc. Develop policies to ensure that campus departments don t sponsor, support, or glamorize the use of alcohol and drugs Develop policies to ensure that outside vendors coming to campus don t promote or glamorize the use of alcohol and drugs Goal 5: Increase availability, awareness, and utilization of alcohol-free events Assess, promote, and educate at alcohol-free activities Determine areas for collaboration Determine ways to help promote these events Determine best ways to incent students to participate 3

6 Interpersonal Violence Prevention Executive Summary Overall Goals and Priorities Problem Statement Too few UW-Stevens Point students understand the scope of sexual violence/interpersonal violence and how it affects a community. This results in increased acts of interpersonal violence, underreporting, emotional and social consequences, and non-retention of students. Goal 1: Develop a prevention based educational model for sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence prevention, including consent, which will engage a diverse group of stakeholders and various UWSP departments in its implementation. Mandatory Think About It universal prevention programs for first year students Online course Think About It Campus SaVE to all returning students Develop and implement a follow-up program in halls (collaborate with Kelly Wilz, PAVE, CAP) Assess what we are already doing in IPV related classes, student organizations, and Res Halls Goal 2: Promote social norms that prevent violence and address rape culture. Assess what norms we have from IPV survey (campus climate survey administered in fall 2018) and determine what information we want to start with from the campus climate survey Implement a Be an Active Bystander campaign (poster series, buttons for students who attend bystander intervention training) Goal 3: Teach skills to prevent incidents of interpersonal violence, including education around toxic masculinity, coping with stress, anger management, interpersonal communication, healthy relationships, etc. Develop a clear and consistent consent message Develop and implement a consent campaign Bystander intervention for student athletes to include the following: o Mandatory in-person bystander intervention training for all first year student athletes o Online Campus SaVS course for all returning student athletes o All first year athletes will attend welcome week speaker o All athletes encouraged to attend welcome week speaker o The Mask You Live In screening for football team with panel conversation following Bystander intervention for Student Organization Officers o Mandatory Campus SaVS online program for 2 officers Free dress rehearsal of the play Student Body for Greeks with panel discussion to follow. Heavily promote this play to academic department and student body to fill the seats. Invite DOS, CAP, and Counseling Services to participate in the panel discussion (theater department is calling this the talkback ) Healthy relationships programming in residence halls (CFP peer educators) Collaborations with Kelly Wilz on IPV programming (Coffee and Culture and in hall discussions) Implement red flag campaign through PAVE (grant funding) Utilize CAP Services to increase community involvement and awareness of issues CAP services has agreed to partner with PACE, WRC, and CFP on events and trainings Goal 4: Provide opportunities to empower and support the campus community Assess what leadership programming for female identified students we have on campus Enhance leadership programming for female identified students Promote the reporting process to students, faculty and staff. Promote 24-7 online reporting and on-call service Promote PAVE app (Kerra Conrad) Implement advocacy intern through Academic Affairs (sociology) to support survivors 4

7 Goal 5: Support survivors to lesson harms Update and improve location of online reporting options Promote online reporting and 24-7 resources Assess what policies are in place. Ensure that we have clear policies for sexual misconduct Implement advocacy program through sociology departments Implement programs that show public commitment to sexual assault awareness, prevention, and education o CFP is committed to showing The Mask You Live In in October 2017 and showing The Hunting Ground in April Communicate this to professors to offer extra credit for class participation o CFP will also coordinate and implement October and April events for sexual assault awareness, prevention, and education including Teal Street renaming, Take Back the Night, Coffee and Culture with Resource Panel, etc. Goal 6: Create protective campus and community environments Offer advocacy 101 trainings to faculty/staff (August 2017) for trauma-informed response and campus policies and practices (CAP services and DOS) Start the discussion about bystander intervention with the bars/tavern league 5

8 Center for Prevention Strategic Plan Philosophy The Center for Prevention at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is dedicated to helping students understand how the issues of substance abuse and interpersonal violence (dating/intimate partner violence, domestic violence, sexual violence/assault and stalking) affect academic, social, emotional, and physical well-being. We collaborate with campus and community organizations to promote a healthy atmosphere in which students and community members can thrive. Background In the summer 2016, the Dean of Students and the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs gave the charge to assemble a strategic planning group to determine the next steps for AODA prevention and incorporate interpersonal violence prevention (IPV) efforts into this work. The following current practices from the 2011 AODA strategic plan have become the foundation of our AODA work at UWSP: 1. Primary Prevention a. Mandatory Universal Prevention programs for all First-Year undergraduate, transfer, and graduate students. 2. Secondary Prevention - University Student Conduct Process a. Adjudication of non-academic behavioral misconduct that occurs outside university lands. b. Alcohol education programs for first, second, and third violations of AOD policies. c. Marijuana education programs for first, second, and third violations of AOD policies. The 2011 strategic plan also guided the creation of community ordinances and alcohol policies. Two community alcohol related polices and ordinances are still enforced in Stevens Point, Plover, and the Town of Hull. 1. Keg Registration Ordinance - Ordinance A 2. Social Host Ordinance - Chapter 125 of the Wisconsin State Statutes 2016 Strategic Planning Team Jessica Bowers, UWSP Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology & Social Work Stacey Duellman, UWSP Center for Prevention Program Director (Chair) Michelle Fournier, UWSP Coordinator for Gender & Sexuality Outreach Services Gary Garske, Portage County Health Planner Sarah Johannes, UWSP Greek Life Coordinator Jessica King, CAP Services/SAVS Victim Advocate Ann Ninnemann, UWSP Women s Hockey Coach Jen Sorenson, Director of UWSP Student Health Service Angela Stahl, Women s Resource Center Student Officer Rick Whipp, Community Member Paul Williams, UWSP Residence Hall Director Michelle Wilde, UWSP student and SGA representative Marc Young, UWSP Admissions Counselor Advisory Committee The Prevention Advisory Committee (PAC) will to guide the implementation of the Center for Prevention strategic plan. The advisory committee is comprised of UWSP faculty, staff, students, and community members who participated in the development of the 2017 Center for Prevention strategic plan. The committee will meet once a month to provide guidance, give feedback, and collaborate on implementation of the strategic plan initiatives. 6

9 Approach The Center for Prevention will utilize comprehensive and multilayered prevention and environmental management strategies, based on the Social-Ecological Model, to reduce the rates of misuse of alcohol and other drugs and reduce negative consequences associated with such use. We will use primary prevention and community engagement strategies, as guided by recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, to prevent and/or reduce incidents of interpersonal violence. The committee members started by reviewing best practice for AODA prevention on college campuses and reviewing the 2011 UWSP AODA strategic plan. The American College Health Association, National Collegiate Health Assessment II also guided our discussion to determine UWSP student AODA use. The proposed goals for interpersonal violence prevention are a product of the fall 2016 Center for Disease Control s (CDC) Sexual Violence on Campus: Strategies for Prevention. We adapted these goals to support UWSP s current culture, knowledge, and awareness of IPV issues. The Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) Culture of Respect Core Blueprint (February 2017) offers additional best practices for addressing sexual violence on campus. As we move forward, we will use these best practices to guide our prevention efforts. We will give annual updates as to how this IPV prevention goals change and develop based on the campus and community response. Problem Statements - AODA Too few students are active bystanders when it comes to alcohol and other drug abuse. Too many UWSP students have negative consequences from alcohol use, which results in academic, physical, and social consequences to themselves and the surrounding community. Too many UWSP students binge drink (>5 per party for men, >4 per party for women) which results in academic, physical, and social consequences for themselves and the surrounding community. Too few students know and/or understand University Leaders expectations for UWSP student AODA use. Problem Statement Interpersonal Violence Too few UW-Stevens Point students understand the scope of sexual violence/interpersonal violence and how it affects a community. This results in increased acts of interpersonal violence, underreporting, emotional and social consequences, and non-retention of students. Assessment and Evaluation Prevalence Data National College Health Association (NCHA) Survey Campus Alcohol and Drug Use Survey echeck-up Data PACE Course and Student Health Service AUDIT Scores Interpersonal Violence Campus Climate Survey UW System Report on Sexual Assault and Harassment Student Learning Universal Prevention Completion and Learning Data Alcohol and Drug Education Course (PACE, BASICS, Marijuana101, etc.) Outcomes Conduct Process Follow-up Survey Bystander Intervention Presentation Outcomes Funding and Support The Center for Prevention programs and services are funded through student sanction fees, investments from the state and institution, Portage County and other grants, collaborations with CAP services, and donations from the Student Athletic Advisory Committee. 7

10 Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Strategic Planning Goal 1 - Prevention Develop capacity for and implement bystander intervention training to include AOD information. Outcomes Short Term Increase the number of trained bystander intervention facilitators to 12 (currently we have six UWSP staff trained in the Bringing in the Bystander training focused on sexual violence prevention). If possible, utilize the Bringing in the Bystander train the trainer program. Intermediate Term Fifty percent (50%) or more of students, faculty, and staff to attend a training session on bystander intervention. Implement a social marketing campaign surrounding expectations for how students, faculty, and staff will intervene as active bystanders. Long Term Increase in bystander intervention outreach to all students, faculty, and staff. Reduction in overall alcohol related incidents (Maxient reports and Police reports). Decrease in incidents in residential halls and on-campus (Maxient reports). Decrease in alcohol related house party incidents (police reports). Strategies Individual Ongoing mandatory consent and respect program for all new freshmen, new transfers, and new graduates. Implement a mandatory online consent and respect program for all faculty and staff, including incoming faculty and staff. Student Body Utilize freshmen, athletes, and the Greek community. Utilize the Step Up Program or Its On Us bystander programs for additional student trainings. Utilize train the trainer (Bringing in the Bystander). Provide bystander intervention training around alcohol and sexual violence prevention for student organization leaders, athletic teams, and the Greek community. Develop and implement a bystander intervention social marketing campaign. Continuous research and understanding of bystander intervention and appropriate educational materials, programs or opportunities. Primary Partners Center for Prevention, Info Tech, Human Resources, University Leaders Bringing in the Bystander program through new Hampshire University Residential Living, Athletics, Greeks, Student Affairs, Summer Registration Program, University Leaders, Centertainment, Intramurals, Rec Sports, Student Organizations Community Market Good Samaritan law. Utilize CA reports and Maxient reports for active bystander. Community members- OMNA, churches and businesses 8

11 Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Strategic Planning Goal 2 Prevention Reduce negative consequences of alcohol use (45% of students reported at least one negative consequence from drinking alcohol). Outcomes Short Term Increase awareness of the problems of AODA (before and after Campus Clarity, after leaving oncampus housing in the residential halls). Increase students knowledge of social norms surrounding AOD use (AOD use survey 2017). Increasing students knowledge of regulations surrounding AOD use (AOD use survey 2017). Increase students knowledge of the consequences surrounding AOD use (conduct system). Intermediate Term Increasing students personal responsibility of AOD use and the negative consequences associated with their personal AOD use. Reduction in on-campus reports regarding excessive use and negative consequences. Increase faculty, staff, and student awareness and utilization of campus resources (such as Center for Prevention, Office of the Dean of Students, and SAVS campus advocate). Long Term Reduction in on-campus reports regarding excessive use and negative consequences in general. Less than 30% of students reporting at least one negative consequences from drinking alcohol (down from 45%). Strategies Individual Educate students on protective factors when using alcohol and other drugs. Educate students on misperceptions regarding AOD use among peers. Develop AODA focused jobs, internships, practicums, and/or peer educator opportunities for UWSP students. Build capacity with academic advisers, organization advisors, and faculty members. Primary Partners Residential Living, Athletics, Greeks, Summer Registration Program, Student Health Service, Academic Advisors, Academic Affairs Student Body Implement comprehensive social norms marketing campaign surrounding alcohol and drug use. Utilize best practice approaches for theme weeks. Offer alcohol-free activities from 10pm-2am during welcome week and Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights during the academic year. Develop a communications plan for families/guardians of First-Year students. The communication plan will focus on families/guardians expectations for AOD use at UWSP and helpful resources for their students. Utilize SPIN to promote and track AODA prevention based programs. Residential Living, Athletics, Greeks, Student Affairs, Summer Registration Program, University Leaders, Centertainment, Intramurals, Rec Sports, Student Organizations, Welcome Week events, SPIN 9

12 Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Strategic Planning Community Continued cooperation and communication between the Stevens Point Police Department and the University. Market student AOD use social norms information to the community. Develop a communication plan for surrounding community to make them aware of students AOD use and prevention efforts. Stevens Point Police Dept., Law enforcement, community members 10

13 Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Strategic Planning Goal 3-Prevention Reduce heavy episodic drinking rates, number of drinks per week and other drug use in the overall student population. Outcomes Short Term Increase awareness of the problems of AOD use. Increase students knowledge of social norms surrounding AOD use at UWSP. Increasing students expectations of conduct surrounding AOD use at UWSP. Intermediate Term Reduction in on-campus reports regarding underage drinking and excessive use. Measure students learning of binge drinking behavior and protective factors. Long Term Reduction in on-campus reports regarding underage drinking, excessive use, and negative consequences in general. Less than 30% of students reporting at least one negative consequences from drinking alcohol (down from 45%). Strategies Individual Educate students on protective factors. Educate students on risk factors associated with binge drinking behaviors (>4 or more for women, >5 or more for men per party). Student Body Utilize best practice approaches for programming to college students. Increase availability of alcohol-free activities from 10pm- 2am during welcome week and Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights during the academic year. Promote alcohol-free activities. Community Continued cooperation and communication between the police department and the university with the community. Primary Partners Social Media/SPIN, Residential Living, Athletics, Greeks, Student Affairs, Summer Registration Program, University Leaders, Centertainment, WRC, PAVE, RHA, Residential Living, Athletics, Greeks, Student Affairs, Summer Registration Program, University Leaders, Centertainment, Intramurals, Rec Sports, Student Health Service, and Student Organizations Stevens Point Police Dept., Common Council, Chief of Police 11

14 Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Strategic Planning Goal 4-Environmental Management Increase students awareness that laws and policies are consistently enforced and supported by University leaders. Outcomes Short Term Increased awareness of social host liability. Increased awareness of UWSP AOD use policies. Increased awareness of 2016 alcohol and marijuana use sanction grids. Intermediate Term Implement policies that support University Leaders expectations surrounding alcohol and drug use. Increase community involvement in welcome week activities/homecoming activities, etc. Develop relationship with Landlord Association and Central WI Apartment Association to include AOD language and expectations in their leases. Long Term Implement policies that support University Leaders expectations surrounding alcohol and drug use. Individual and Student Body Strategies Educate students on social host liability. Support and promote Bring a Buddy campaign. Support and promote Late Night Transit. Encourage SGA to continue implementation of off-campus housing panel and off-campus housing fair each semester. All new undergraduate, graduate and transfer students are required to acknowledge their understanding of University Policies and student regulations through an online tutorial. Continue to provide training to all Residential Living staff that covers campus policies surrounding alcohol and other drug laws, and how to respond in a crisis. Develop, increase and foster positive relationships between students and campus law enforcement. Develop campus policies that support University Leaders expectations surrounding AOD. Market the DOS sanction grid and consequences of alcohol and other drug use. Develop policies that support University Leaders expectations surrounding alcohol and drug use. Develop campus and community-wide communication plan to address University Leaders /law enforcements expectations for alcohol and drug use and expectations at community events (homecoming, trivia, Rusty s) Primary Partners City of Stevens Point website, Joan Duffey, Tavern League, University Leaders, DOS, Res. Living, Landlord Association, Central WI Apartment Association, Campus Law Enforcement 12

15 Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Strategic Planning Community Have a booth at the vendor fair during welcome week for the neighborhood and community members. Conduct an environment scan of three community events (e.g. homecoming, Rusty s weekend, welcome week). Community leaders, peer leaders, peer employees, OMNA 13

16 Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Strategic Planning Goal 5-Environmental Management Increase availability, awareness, and utilization of alcohol-free events. Outcomes Short Term Determine availability of alcohol-free events. Determine attendance at alcohol-free events. Increase availability of alcohol-free events from 10pm -2am on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Intermediate Term Increase attendance at alcohol-free events on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. Involve community in alcohol-free events (capacity building). Long Term Increase availability and awareness of alcohol-free events. Increase in community involvement in alcohol-free events. Create UWSP standards for alcohol-free late night programming. Strategies Individual Market alcohol-free events. Provide incentives for attendance at alcohol-free events. Determine awareness of alcohol-free events. Determine readiness of students to attend events. Student Body Identify existing alcohol-free events. Develop alcohol-free events that are from 10pm-2am on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays during the academic year. Explore the possibility of limited beverages (vs. unlimited servings) during bar parties that are promoted heavily on campus (Partner s pub and Rusty s backwater bash, Thursday ladies nights, trivia weekend). Create alcohol-free campus events during traditional bar themed events. Develop social norms marketing campaign that supports students who are alcohol-free. Promote UWSP liberal arts programs. Utilize SPIN and provide incentives for attending alcohol-free events. Primary Partners Residential Living, Athletics, the Greek community, Student Affairs, Summer Registration Program, University Leaders, Centertainment, Intramurals, Rec Sports, Student Organizations Residential Living, Athletics, the Greek community, Student Affairs, Summer Registration Program, University Leaders, Centertainment, Intramurals, Rec Sports, Student Organizations 14

17 Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Strategic Planning Community Promote alcohol-free events to community so they are aware we offer these activities to UWSP students. Create a contact list for interested and invested community members. Determine what activities/programs/services are happening on campus and in the community surrounding these issues. Develop and promote alcohol-free events in community. Invite UWSP students to participate in community driven events. Community leaders, OMNA, Stevens Point Law Enforcement 15

18 Interpersonal Violence Prevention Strategic Planning Goal 1- Prevention Develop a prevention based educational model for sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence (IPV) prevention, including consent, which will engage a diverse group of stakeholders and various UWSP departments in its implementation. Outcomes Short Term Establish an IPV value/mission statement for UWSP (suggestions included on cover sheet). Increased campus involvement and awareness of the issues surrounding IPV issues, including gender- based violence. Increased campus community knowledge about rape culture and myths surrounding IPV, sexual assault, and consent. Increase students knowledge of the dynamics of abusive relationships and possible warning signs. Increase students understanding of components of healthy relationships. Intermediate Term Increase community readiness for addressing IPV issues. Increase students knowledge of consent (based on Universal Prevention report and/or NCHA survey). Increase best practice programs to help reduce IPV issues among UWSP students. Increased communication among departments to include IPV related issues. Long Term Reductions in overall IPV issues (stalking, sexual harassment, rape, domestic violence, etc.). Increase and enhance the curriculum for courses with educational outcomes related to IPV. Strategies Individual Continued mandatory consent and respect program for all new students. Build relationships with Academic Affairs to develop consistent curriculum for courses with educational outcomes related to IPV. Multi-interventional educational programs that provide information about violence, consent, stereotypes and myths, and build empathy for survivors. Build upon existing general education core to include IPV education. Implement best practice programs that address preventing sexual violence on a college campus. Incorporate IPV mission and values into the mission and values of UWSP via the University Leaders. Primary Partners Welcome Week, Residence Halls, Academic Affairs, CITL, CAP Services, programs through Student Involvement and Employment Office (SIEO) such as Coffee and Culture 16

19 Interpersonal Violence Prevention Strategic Planning Student Body Educate First-Year students, athletes, and the Greek community. Educate and train Academic Advisors (utilize Academic Advisors to get new students into courses that have educational outcomes related to IPV). Proactively promote UWSP mission and values regarding IPV issues. Offer public commitments against violence (Take Back the Night Program, International Women s Day, CAP Services pledges, speakers, walks, etc.). Community Establish and disseminate core institutional values regarding IPV. Implement mandatory advocacy and student support training for faculty, staff, and student leaders. Teach them how to validate student s stories. Athletics, the Greek community, Inclusivity Director for Student Government Association (SGA), Student Health Service, Counseling Center, Protective Services, CAP Services More trained facilitators, especially those trained in bystander intervention CAP services, Office of the Dean of Students, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, Center for Inclusive Teaching and Learning (CITL) 17

20 Interpersonal Violence Prevention Strategic Planning Goal 2-Prevention Promote social norms that prevent violence and address rape culture. Outcomes Short Term Develop a clear and consistent IPV message to use across campus (suggestions attached to cover letter). Intermediate Term Change misperceptions and myths regarding violence. Change behaviors surrounding violence that contribute to rape culture. Change peer and bystander beliefs and behaviors that support violence going unaddressed. Change misperceptions surrounding consent. Long Term Decrease in IPV incidents (based on Maxient reports and 2017 IPV survey data). Decrease in IPV incidents based on the Cleary Report. Decrease incidents of IPV that happen to students off campus, as indicated by data collected and shared in collaboration with Stevens Point Police Department, Plover Police Department and the Portage County Sheriff s Department. Strategies Individual Utilize student leaders and athletes of all gender identities for these types of interventions/programming. Build bystander intervention and healthy relationship skills into all new student programming. Determine UWSP students normative behavior surrounding interpersonal violence issues. With this information, we can establish positive norms about sexuality and non-violence. Create and promote language that prevents violence. Student Body Implement mandatory bystander intervention training for all student organization leaders, athletes, and the Greek community. Train a core group of UWSP full time student staff in bystander intervention. Trainings are facilitated for groups of 30 or less. Community Adapt current bystander intervention training model to include community members in these trainings. Train community members to facilitate bystander intervention trainings throughout the community. Primary Partners Office of the Dean Of Students, Residential Living, Student Health Service, Counseling Center, Student Involvement and Employment (SIEO), Center for Prevention Office of the Dean Of Students, Residential Living staff reports, Women s Resource Center (WRC), Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment (PAVE) student group, Center For Prevention (CFP), SIEO CAP services, Community Leaders, Law Enforcement 18

21 Interpersonal Violence Prevention Strategic Planning Goal 3-Prevention Teach skills to prevent incidents of interpersonal violence, including education around toxic masculinity, coping with stress, anger management, interpersonal communication, healthy relationships, etc. Outcomes Short Term Develop a clear and consistent IPV message to use across campus. Increase students understanding of consent (as measured by comparison of spring 2015 NCHA data and 2017 IPV survey data). Intermediate Term Develop students bystander skills on how to prevent sexual violence (based on spring 2017 IPV survey). Develop standard practices to prevent sexual violence and implement those standard practices into UWSP First-Year experience. Long Term Increase students sense of safety on and off campus (based on UP report or NCHA survey). Increase culture of respect (as measured by comparison of spring 2015 NCHA data and 2017 IPV survey data). Strategies Individual Implement social marketing campaigns focused on creating healthy relationships. Utilize classroom curriculum to build awareness of toxic masculinity. Primary Partners Office of the Dean of Students, Residential Living, CAP Services Student Body Interventions for athletes and the Greek community addressing hyper-masculine peer norms that support or facilitate sexual violence. Promoting healthy sexuality (i.e. consent, safe sex, support, etc.). Implement programs specific to UWSP athletes. Utilize best practice approaches developed by the NCAA. Implement social marketing campaigns to address norms related to sexual violence, gender and sexuality, and genderbased violence. Athletics, the Greek community, Center for Prevention, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs 19

22 Interpersonal Violence Prevention Strategic Planning Community Engage campus leadership to promote a culture of safety and respect. Increased community involvement and awareness of issues surrounding IPV, sexual assault, and consent. Convey a clear institutional stance against aggressive and/or violent behavior. University Leaders, Office of the Dean Of Students, community leaders, UW- System violence prevention professionals 20

23 Interpersonal Violence Prevention Strategic Planning Goal 4-Prevention Provide opportunities to empower and support the campus community. Outcomes Short Term Develop a clear and consistent IPV message to use across campus. Increase knowledge of sexual assault on college campuses (ratio of men to women being assaulted). Intermediate Term Build a coalition of campus and community advocates. Increase in online reporting. Long Term Increase in funding for IPV related services/programming. Increase online reporting. Strategies Primary Partners Individual Educate students about online reporting procedures. Office of the Dean Of Students, Residential Living staff Student Body Update sexual assault policies and procedures so they are easy to find and navigate on the UWSP DOS website. Promote individual and group support for UWSP survivors (SAVS advocate). Implement leadership and mentoring programs for women. Implement a UWSP advocacy program to educate about issues related to IPV and to offer support to survivors. Implement programs that show a public commitment against violence (e.g. Take Back the Night, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, movies, resource panels, etc.). Athletics, the Greek community, Center For Prevention, Academic and Student Affairs, Women s Resource Center (WRC), Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA), CAP Services Community Utilize community members to be involved in campus trainings and marketing campaigns. Promote support groups through CAP services and the SAVS advocate. University Leaders, Office of the Dean of Students, community leaders, community members, CAP Services 21

24 Interpersonal Violence Prevention Strategic Planning Support survivors to lesson harms. Goal 5-Prevention Outcomes Short Term Increase in students who feel comfortable reporting and know where/how to report. Increased awareness of accommodations for survivors following a report. Increase in students and faculty/staff who understand the reporting process. Intermediate Term Increase students connections to campus and community resources by working with the campus. SAVS advocate. Reduce barriers to reporting. Long Term Increase in reporting and survivor driven accommodations. Increase in student success and retention with survivors. Increase in number of faculty and staff who are trained on trauma-informed response to compassionately and effectively handle disclosures when they occur. Strategies Individual Provide and promote victim-centered services. Promote 24- hour on call services. Train faculty/staff on trauma informed response compassionately and effectively handle disclosures when they occur. Student Body Promote online reporting. User-friendly resource and a user-friendly reporting system. Implement and promote the updated roadmap for reporting (red folder project). Promote individual and group support for UWSP survivors through the SAVS advocate and community resources. Train campus staff and faculty on appropriate, trauma-informed responses. Community Offer support groups through CAP services and the SAVS advocate. Establish a coordinated response to IPV issues. Primary Partners Office of the Dean Of Students, Residential Living, Health Service, Counseling Center Office of the Dean Of Students, Residential Living staff reports, WRC, PAVE, CFP CAP Services, SAVS advocate 22

25 Interpersonal Violence Prevention Strategic Planning Goal 6-Commmunity Engagement Create protective campus and community environments. Outcomes Short Term Increase students sense of safety on and off campus. Increase students sense of accountability for a culture of safety and respect. Update sexual assault policies and reporting procedures so they are easy to navigate and find on the UWSP website. Intermediate Term Progressively increase students sense of safety on and off campus. Progressively increase students sense of safety during the day and night. Long Term Increase culture of respect. Strategies Individual Provide and promote supportive services for campus and community. Utilize UWSP Risk Management s fall campus safety-walk. Host Personal Safety/Self-Defense sessions for students, staff and faculty at UWSP once a semester. Student Body Utilize First-Year students, athletes, and the Greek community to talk about safety on campus and creating protective environments. Enact a policy that includes prevention messages in new student orientations and campus tours. Develop policies for all vendors that come to campus to have messaging that is consistent with the institutional mission of creating a culture of respect. Community Convey a clear institutional stance against aggressive and/or violent behavior. Utilize the Prevention Advisory Committee (PAC) expertise to make our campus and community environments safer. Utilize UW-System resources on violence prevention and reporting. Utilize community members to be involved in campus trainings and marketing campaigns Primary Partners Office of the Dean of Students, Residential Living staff, Risk Management, CAP Services, Women s Resource Center Athletic Dept. Greeks, CFP, Academic Affairs University Leaders, Office of the Dean Of Students, community leaders SART, DART, UW-System violence prevention professionals, UWSP Protective Services, Law Enforcement 23

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