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6. Surreptitiously creates or possesses sexual images of another,

7. Disseminating unsolicited sexual images, or

8. Recording, photographing, disseminating, publishing (electronically or

otherwise) or relaying sexual images of another without written consent.

o. Sexual Harassment is sexual advances, requests for sexual favors or other verbal or

physical conduct of a sexual nature when:

1. Submission to such is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition

of academic achievement, participation in any college activity, and/or a

person’s employment,

2. Submission to or rejection of such by a person is used as the basis for academic

decisions, participation in any college activity, and/or employment decisions

affecting such person, or

3. It has the effect of interfering with a person’s work, a student’s academic

performance or it creates a hostile environment.

p. Sexual Misconduct is any conduct that qualifies as sexual assault, sexual

exploitation, or sexual harassment.

q. Stalking is engaging in intentional course of conduct directed at a specific person,

which frightens, intimidates, or harasses that person, and that serves no legitimate

purpose. The course of conduct may be directed toward that person or a member

of that person’s immediate family or household and must cause a reasonable

person to experience fear, intimidation, or harassment.

04. APPLICABILITY: Any incident of misconduct may affect a student, employee, visitor, or

volunteer’s ability to participate in or benefit from a LRSC educational program, activity

and or employment. This policy applies to all students and employees of LRSC at all on

and off campus locations.

05. SEEKING ASSISTANCE: Confidential access to resources, reporting options, services,

advocacy and medical treatment is available through:

a. On campus counseling: 701-662-1546

1. During normal business hours, counseling staff can provide counseling and

support for students to help victims/survivors understand, cope with, and

recover from the effects of trauma. All contact with the counseling staff is

confidential and can be done regardless of whether an individual is prepared

to report the misconduct to police or LRSC.

2. Disclosure to these employees will not initiate an investigation by LRSC

against the student’s wishes. These employees are required to report that an

incident occurred without revealing any of the victim’s personal identifying

information. In some circumstances, LRSC counselors are required by state

law to report cases involving physical trauma to law enforcement.

b. Off–campus advocates and counselors

1. Safe Alternatives for Abused Families (SAAF)

PO Box 646, Devils Lake, ND 58301

Telephone: 701-662-7378 or Toll Free: 888-662-7378

Crisis Line: 701-662-5050

2. F-M Rape & Abuse Crisis Center; 701-293-7273;

www.raccfm.com

c. Medical Providers

1. Mercy Hospital