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Victims of crimes in Minnesota also have certain rights.The following is a summary of crime victims' rights under Minnesota law.
Victims of sexual assault have the right to undergo a confidential sexual assault examination at no cost, make a confidential request for HIV testing of a convicted felon, and are not required to undergo a polygraph examination in order for an investigation or prosecution to proceed.
The Title IX Coordinators for each institution who have responsibility for sexual misconduct complaints are listed in the contact information at the end of this Policy and at the end of the Sexual Misconduct Complaint Procedures.
See the Sexual Misconduct Complaint Procedures - Responsibility.
In addition, some forms of sexual misconduct are crimes.
The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University strongly encourage individuals who have experienced sexual violence (i.e., sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, stalking) to notify law enforcement.
Suspension as an interim measure for faculty and staff: 15.
Staff refers to a person employed by CSB or SJU in an administrative or support staff appointment. Student refers to any person enrolled in CSB or SJU, undergraduate or graduate. Supervisor refers to administrators, department chairs, faculty, residence directors, faculty residents, residence assistants, staff persons, and others who have the responsibility for faculty, staff, or students' terms and/or conditions of employment, educational and academic opportunities, and living situations. Title IX Coordinators are officials of CSB and SJU who have been appointed by their respective institutions to address issues of gender-based discrimination and/or sexual misconduct, including overseeing Title IX complaints, identifying and addressing any patterns or systemic problems that arise during the review of such complaints, and assisting in answering any questions related to the Policy and Procedures.
"Sexual contact" includes, but is not limited to, the intentional touching by an individual of another's intimate parts (including an individual's breasts, inner thighs, buttocks, genitals and/or groin area, whether clothed or unclothed); or the coerced touching by an individual of another's intimate parts.
Sexual contact also includes the intentional removal or attempted removal of clothing covering an individual's intimate parts. Consent means words or overt actions by a person indicating a freely given present agreement to perform a particular sexual act with the person initiating sexual contact. Dating Violence means violence committed by a person who is or has been in a social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature with the victim.
The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University will investigate and promptly seek the equitable resolution of all allegations of sexual misconduct, take steps to prevent the recurrence of sexual misconduct, and to correct its effects on victims and others.
Questions or concerns regarding Title IX, sex discrimination, sexual harassment or sexual misconduct may be directed to the institutions' Title IX Coordinators: B. This Policy applies to all students, faculty, and staff of CSB and SJU. Sexual misconduct incorporates a variety of behaviors, including sexual assault, sexual violence, sexual harassment, stalking, domestic violence, dating partner violence, sex-based cyber harassment, hazing of a sexual nature, peeping, voyeurism, going beyond the boundaries of consent (such as secretly allowing others to watch a sexual encounter), and any other conduct of a sexual nature that is nonconsensual or has the purpose or effect of threatening, intimidating, coercing or interfering with the rights of another person or persons.
Other individuals or organizations engaging in or conducting activities associated with CSB and/or SJU or doing business at or with CSB and/or SJU are also required to comply with the provisions of this Policy. Much sexual misconduct includes nonconsensual sexual contact, but this is not a necessary component.