All allegations of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking are investigated and addressed following the procedures set forth in the “University of Nebraska-Lincoln Response to Allegations of Student Sexual Conduct”, adopted pursuant to Board of Regents Policy 5.3.3, attached to this Student Code as Appendix “A,” or as Appendix “A” may be hereafter amended.We the students of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, as the Cornhusker community, are true to the values we uphold.HB 5246 (2010): Requires the Commissioner of Public Health to develop one public service announcement issued by the Department of Public Health through a televised broadcast for the purpose of preventing teen dating and family violence.Delaware: SCR 21 (2009) establishes a teen dating violence task force to evaluate and make recommendations on policies for education on teen dating violence.These studies also describe a worrying new trend in domestic violence.Before we discuss these new studies, let's summarize what the research shows about domestic violence:* Women and men commit domestic violence at comparable rates.* Men and women are victimized by domestic violence at comparable rates.* Half of all domestic violence is mutual.* When domestic violence is not mutual, female-only and male-only domestic violence occur at comparable rates.UNL Student Code of Conduct (PDF) ______________________________________________________________ University Documents Concerning Student Rights and Responsibilities Appendix A: Response to Allegations of Student Sexual Misconduct Appendix B: Policy for Responsible Use of University Computers and Information Systems Appendix C: Statement on University of Nebraska Response to Copyright Infringement Notifications Appendix D: Student Records Policy Appendix E: Crime Prevention and Safety at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ______________________________________________________________ Frequent Links Rules and Regulations (Article III, Section B) Disciplinary Procedures (Article IV) Adviser/Attorney Participation (Article IV, Section 6.3) Jurisdiction (Article III, Section A) Administrative Disposition (Article IV, Section 4.2) Issues to be Considered on Appeal (Article IV, Section 11.3) The community of scholars at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is dedicated to personal growth and academic excellence.
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Sexual assault is a crime motivated by the need to control, humiliate and harm.
Perpetrators use sexual assault as a weapon to hurt and dominate others.
Abuse is physical, sexual, emotional, economic, or psychological actions or threats of actions that influence another person.
This includes any behaviors that frighten, intimidate, terrorize, manipulate, hurt, humiliate, blame, injure, or wound someone.
California, once a leader in dating abuse prevention legislation, is now begin to lag behind.