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Durham University

Sexual Violence & Misconduct: Prevention and Response

Policy & Procedure

Sexual Violence and Misconduct is defined as any unwanted conduct of a sexual nature. It can include, but is not limited to, rape, sexual assault, harassment, and incidents of ‘revenge porn’.

We are committed to promoting a culture in which any incidents of sexual violence and misconduct are not be tolerated. These will be thoroughly addressed to ensure the preservation of a safe work and study environment.

You can access the Sexual Violence and Misconduct Policy and Procedure by clicking on the link. This Policy applies to all students and staff. The accompanying procedure relates specifically to those experiences which have occurred during the course of study at the University, in which the Accused Party is a current student of the University.

The Procedure for managing disclosures or reports involving allegations of staff sexual violence and misconductrelates specifically to those experiences which have occurred during the course of study or work at the University, in which the Accused Party is a current member of staff.