The SART members will keep confidentiality to the best of their ability. Details of the crime that are shared with staff members of the university community, including SART members, who do not have confidentiality are mandated to report this information, and these staff members are called Reponsible Employees. However, providing the details of a crime is NOT necessary for SART members to assist survivors. SART has members from Counseling Services and Health Services who DO have confidentiality, and all other SART members can support/advocate for survivors, but a survivor should not provide unsolicited information such as names, dates, location, etc. to them unless they want this information to be reported to the Title IX Coordinator, Paula Rice.
*Please note that internet activity can be tracked and stored on the computer system being used. The "Exit" button at the top of the page will quickly direct you to the SCSU homepage, but does not remove the history of visiting this site. If you have any concerns, it is recommended that a public computer (such as the library) be used to access this site.