By DANIEL SANTINES Reporter/Assistant Managing EditorDANIEL SAPINESPublished December 06, 2018 04:17:25For years, many students have heard the stories of students at Southwestern University who were sexually assaulted, robbed, raped or sexually harassed by classmates, teachers, students or administrators.
The campus is located in Southwestern, California, and the stories that students hear from their peers are devastating.
Students are not only telling stories of abuse, but they are also asking questions about what the campus could have done differently.
The Southwestern School of Law has a “safe space” for students to report sexual assault, and it is known as the Student Sexual Assault Prevention Program (SSAP).
The program has been in place for the past 10 years, but students say that it was only in the last few years that the campus was able to create a program that provides students with a safe space.
The program has a few components: it provides resources to students, counselors to help students deal with the trauma, a peer support center to talk to a therapist about how to deal with sexual assault and support services to help people deal with traumatic events.
But many students are questioning the safety of the program.
Many have been calling for a safe-space program, saying it is too late for survivors to come forward and seek help, and they fear that students will get hurt by a lack of services.
The Student Sexual Violence Prevention Program is the main source of resources for students who are sexually assaulted and who have been victimized by classmates or staff.
This article explores the history and development of the SSAP, and discusses the role of the school in creating a safe and supportive environment for students.
What was the SSOP?
The SSAP was created in 2013 by the Southwestern Law School, in an effort to help the student body to become aware of the prevalence of sexual assault on campus.
The SSAP is modeled after the National Rape Prevention and Response Act (NPRA), which was passed by Congress in 1994.
The NPRA mandated a two-step process for sexual assault victims: they must file a complaint and report the assault to law enforcement.
A victim must report a crime to law enforcements for investigation.
The SSAPS mission statement says, “SSAP is the primary mechanism to provide services for victims of sexual violence, and our staff is trained in the prevention of sexual harassment, stalking, and other forms of abuse.”
The SSAPS program provides a safe place for students and faculty to report incidents of sexual misconduct and to gather information and support from the community.
It was created to create safe spaces for students, staff, and students to discuss and share their experiences.
Students are asked to sign a document agreeing to protect their personal information, such as names and home addresses.
It says, “”SSAP supports the right to free expression and is committed to providing appropriate resources to those who are vulnerable to sexual violence and to those seeking justice for their victims.
“What are the needs of students?
The program’s primary purpose is to assist students in reporting sexual assault.
The students are not required to identify themselves as victims, nor are they required to do so.
The university also requires that they identify their sexual assault victim as an active student and to provide a sample of their sexual history, which is kept confidential.
The student’s personal information is not shared.
Students also have access to a peer mentor to help them deal with their trauma.
Students can seek professional help through the Student Support Services Center.
The counselor is available for students as well, who can also provide counseling and support to students.
Student’s are not the only ones who need to be in a safe environment.
The program also provides peer support services for students so they can talk to other students who may be in similar situations.
This includes helping students identify their own safety concerns.
The student also can participate in a student-led sexual assault prevention group, known as SAAP, which provides a community-wide safe space for students of all ages to discuss sexual assault issues.SAAP also provides services for people who are survivors of sexual abuse.
The Safe Space Program provides a campus safe space that students can access during any time they need to.
Students do not have to sign any confidentiality agreements, and their identities are kept confidential, including their home addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth.
Students who feel they have been the victim of sexual behavior are given a safe location on campus and are encouraged to talk with a therapist, psychologist or psychiatrist.SAAPS is a federally funded program and, although the school is not required by law to provide safe space, they do have to abide by certain policies that the Department of Education, in conjunction with the Office of Civil Rights (OCR), has adopted.
The school also has a policy that says, “[t]here are no exceptions to the rule, no exceptions and no consequences.”
Students who have experienced sexual