Critical Incident Response Guidelines

Sexual Assault, Date/Acquaintance Rape or Relationship Violence

To get help in the event of an incident of sexual assault, date/acquaintance rape, or relationship violence:

1 Public Safety

ASU Police
911 (life-threatening or urgent)
(480) 965-3456 (not life-threatening and not urgent)
24 Hours

Secures emergency medical treatment for the student, as needed.

Interviews the student(s) if they choose to file a police report.

Coordinates with Student Judicial Affairs if the affected party chooses to file a student conduct complaint and the alleged perpetrator is an ASU student (Note: a student conduct complaint may be filed without filing a police report).

Student Rights and Responsibilities
(480) 965-6547
M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Coordinates with ASU Police to initiate threat assessment and interim action, if appropriate, and adjudicates student conduct complaints if the alleged perpetrator is an ASU student.

Reporting violations and suspected violations of STA Policy 104-2, Handling Disruptive, Threatening, or Violent Individuals on Campus, to ASU Police, the Dean of Students office, and other appropriate offices is MANDATORY.


2 Psychological Support

ASU Counseling Services
(480) 965-6146
M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
After hours and weekends: ASU Counseling Services may be contacted via ASU Police. Call 911 or (480) 965-3456

Provides individual psychological support to affected student(s).

Provides appropriate referrals to other campus and community resources.

ASU Health Services
(480) 965-3349
M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Provides pregnancy and STD testing and emergency contraception.

3 University Support

Dean of Students
M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Provides assistance to student(s) regarding: absence letters, attendance/enrollment options, information and referrals to campus and community resources.

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