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Stop Violence Program

Dean of Students Office

Knight Hall 106

Dept. 3135

1000 E. University Drive

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-3296

Fax: 307-766-3298

Email: stopviolence@uwyo.edu

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We understand that making an official report of sexual violence is a personal decision and there is no right answer. However, most of the organizations in place to respond to sexual violence need reports in order to respond. So, if you have ever experienced something that could have been reported, but you chose not to, we'd like to know more.

This form is completely anonymous. We will take this information back to the organizations tasked with responding to sexual violence, so that they can continue to improve their responses to make reporting safer and more comfortable for victims and survivors.

Thank you for your help in this effort. If you have questions about reporting or any other resource or support questions, please contact the SAFE Project by calling 307-745-3556 or stop by SAFE's campus office in Knight Hall 108.

There are two short sections in this form:

Questions about the police
Questions about UW

  

The more specific you can be about your experiences, the more helpful your responses will be for the offices tasked with responding to sexual misconduct. Thank you for your time! The options provided below are common reasons for not reporting that other survivors have shared; however, it's not a comprehensive list. Please let us know what is true for you.

I didn't think what happened to me was a crime.

I was afraid the police wouldn't believe me.

At the time that it happened, I was also doing something illegal (marijuana use, underage alcohol use, etc), and I didn't want to get in trouble with the police myself.

I was afraid that my perpetrator would retaliate against me for reporting.

The police I would have reported to are perpetrators themselves.

My perpetrator is friends or family with police.

I had a negative experience with the police in the past.

Someone I know reported to the police, and they had a negative experience.

The whole criminal process seemed too overwhelming, and I didn't want to deal with it.

A close friend(s) or family member(s) advised me not to report.

I or someone I care about has doesn't have US legal residency status.

I couldn't find anyone to report to who would understand my experience based on my personal identity/ies (sexual orientation, racial or ethnic identity, gender, etc).

None of these choices apply (please fill out the box below).



I didn't think what happened to me was something that could be reported to UW.

I was afraid the University wouldn't believe me.

At the time that it happened, I was also doing something against the rules (marijuana use, underage alcohol use, etc), and I didn't want to get in trouble with UW myself.

I was afraid that my perpetrator would retaliate against me for reporting.

My perpetrator was not a UW student.

I thought the University wouldn't be able to do anything about it.

I had a negative experience with the Unviersity in the past.

Someone I know reported to the University, and they had a negative experience.

The incident happened when I wasn't a UW student.

The whole process seemed too overwhelming, and I didn't want to deal with it.

I didn't know how to make a report to UW.

A close friend(s) or family member(s) advised me not to report.

I or someone I care about has doesn't have US legal residency status.

I couldn't find anyone to report to who would understand my experience based on my personal identity/ies (sexual orientation, racial or ethnic identity, gender, etc).

None of these choices apply (please fill out the box below).







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Stop Violence Program

Dean of Students Office

Knight Hall 106

Dept. 3135

1000 E. University Drive

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-3296

Fax: 307-766-3298

Email: stopviolence@uwyo.edu

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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