The team TEAL center is devoted to eliminating sexual assaults, especially on college campuses. According to some reports, as many as 20% of students are sexually-assaulted on college campuses. The impact of sexual assaults can be extremely detrimental to the assaulted individuals. Some reports indicate that as many as eighty percent of incarcerated women have a history of being assaulted.
At the TEAL center, we aim to eliminate sexual assaults on college campuses using a data driven and research based approach. We have tasked ourselves with being a resource center for training colleges in not just combating sexual violence, but eliminating it.
We firmly believe that sexual violence should be treated as a crime, rather than an internal disciplinary procedures. If you or someone you know were a victim of sexual violence and that you received no justice, you can confidentially contact us. We will provide you with help and support while fight for justice on your behalf.
Sexual violence is the most under reported crime in almost all organizational settings. Our unique and customized audits investigate the safety of organizations, especially as it applies to sexual violence in organizational settings. The goals of these audits is to help organizations create and sustain healthy organizational environments where people can thrive and contribute without threats of sexual coercion and inducements.
Our customized training programs are designed to achieve two goals, ensure compliance with local, state, and national ordinances; and to create organizational environments where sexual violence is honestly reported and treated as a criminal, rather than a civil problem.
We periodically release rankings of sexual safety colleges and universities. Our purpose in releasing these rankings is to have informed individual and organizations. These information can help improve the decision making abilities of the prospective students, current students, and colleges and schools as they strive to inhabit sexually-safe campuses. These rankings include analysis of federally mandated data under the title IX act to identify schools along four categories: Colleges and universities that in our analysis are doing an exemplary job at eliminating sexual violence on their campuses; An un-ranked list colleges and universities that have historically not reported the incidences of sexual violence on their campuses; and a list of colleges and universities, that in our analyses, have historical discrepancies in the tile IX reports submitted to the federal government.
This news letter is the mouthpiece of the TEAL center. This newsletter is released several times a year and it includes our analysis of federally-mandated Title IX data. We periodically analyze the data from, and showcase colleges and universities that are doing an exemplary job at eliminating sexual violence on campus. We will also periodically illuminate a spotlight on colleges and universities that are especially needful of resources in eliminating sexual violence on their campuses. These newsletters are released on our social media platforms, and to the press and media outlets.
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