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Federal and California laws and CSU/Cal State LA policies prohibit dating and domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking. This prohibition applies to students, employees, and others. These laws and policies apply to conduct both on and off-campus.
Campus sanctions include suspension, expulsion, and employment termination. Perpetrators may face arrest and criminal prosecution. Offenders may have to compensate victims for crime and misconduct related expenses.
Survivors and victims have numerous rights granted by federal and state laws. These rights include fair treatment, confidentiality and campus-based accommodations.
Project SAFE is the Student Health Center's domestic and sexual violence and stalking awareness program. This website offers information and helpful resources. Survivors are encouraged to seek assistance.
For a brief overview, click on Project SAFE Quick Facts & Cal State LA Nondiscrimination Statement.
What We Do
- Awareness programming, including confidential education sessions, guest lectures, workshops, and information tabling.
- Confidential survivor assistance services that include:
- Crisis intervention and education.
- Assistance notifying law enforcement and/or the Cal State LA Title IX Officer and Deputy Title IX Coordinators, if requested.
- Helping connect students with campus and local survivor support services, if desired.
- Advocating on students' behalf with campus authorities, upon request.
Contact the Student Health Center
Appointments and Information
Operated by local and national agencies, 24-hour hotlines provide round-the-clock assistance to survivors of dating and domestic violence, sexual violence and misconduct, and stalking. Crisis intervention counseling; safety planning; evidence preservation recommendations; accompaniment and support for forensic exams and law enforcement and criminal justice interviews; short-term and long-term counseling; support groups; emergency shelter or shelter referrals; legal assistance; referrals; and other advocacy services are available. These centers include the:
Additional helpful 24-hour hotlines include:
An agreement with Peace Over Violence (POV) has established on-campus advocacy services available to students. Students who wish to meet with the POV Advocate should contact the agency.
- Note: To support physical distancing and reduce potential exposure to students and staff during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, on-campus services are temporarily unavailable. For advocacy services, please contact POV.
Peace Over Violence
Central LA: 213.626.3393
South LA: 310.392.8381
West San Gabriel Valley: 626.793.3385
LA Metro/Peace Over Violence Off Limits Sexual Harassment Hotline: 844.633.5464
- These services are not associated with the Student Health Center.
- Students may also contact Peace Over Violence to seek services at their facilities. Students also have the option to seek services through other local agencies.
Crime Reporting and Victim Safety
To report an incident, contact:
Law enforcement (Call 911 for emergencies)
Title IX Officer
Aundreia Cameron, Director of Human Resources Equity and Diversity Policies and Procedures: ADM 606 • 323.343.3040 • [email protected]
Deputy Title IX Coordinators
For details, please read the Cal State LA Title IX Notice of Non-Discrimination.
A respondent is an individual (California State University employee or student; third party) accused of violating University policies.
The Respondent Advisor:
- Helps ensure respondents are aware of what the Title IX process involves.
- Provides respondents with related information on their rights and options.
- Assists respondents with preparing for hearings.
- Provides respondents with referrals to campus resources.
Campus Respondent Advisor
- Christopher Johnson, Assistant Director, New Student and Parent Programs: SA 106 • 323.343.3195 • [email protected]
Rights of Survivors
Survivors and victims of dating and domestic violence, sexual violence and misconduct, and stalking are granted numerous rights by federal and state laws.
These rights include: the right to be treated with fairness and respect; academic, work, housing, and transportation accommodations, if requested and reasonably available; confidential reporting options; being provided with information and resources related to campus policies and procedures; the right to file complaints outside of the University; and other rights.
For information and assistance, please consider contacting one of the resources found below. Please note: Assistance and information is available even when survivors choose not to report the crimes against them to law enforcement or the incidents occur off-campus.
Peace Over Violence
Central LA: 213.626.3393 | South LA: 310.392.8381 | West San Gabriel Valley: 626.793.3385 | LA Metro/Peace Over Violence Off Limits Sexual Harassment Hotline: 844.633.5464
- Student Health Center healthcare provider: 323.343.3300
- Deputy Title IX Coordinators
Information on a number of victim and survivor rights is available through Survivors' Rights.
Options After an Incident
- Call 911 in an emergency.
- Contact a 24-hour hotline
- Project SAFE's Options for Survivors
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