Keeping College Students Safe Is Our #1 Concern, And Our Goal Is To Provide Over 100,000 FREE SafeCampus Paks To College Students Nationwide.
A new poll of parents with college aged children shows one in three or 34 percent fear for their childs safety at college, the highest point in years. Parents are not confident that colleges are doing enough to protect their children, and are taking measures into their own hands. 1 in 5 women is sexually assaulted in college, no one in america is more at risk of being raped or assaulted than college women. The campus sexual assault epidemic is even worse for LGBT Students.Everyone regardless of gender, race, or sexual preferences should feel safe.Sexual assault of college students remains a topic of considerable concern across the nation’s campuses, particularly when it comes to how colleges handle sexual assault cases. According to the data above, sexual offenses are the second highest crime on college campuses, just behind burglaries. One in five students experience some form of sexual assault while attending college, according an April 2014 report by The White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault. Another recent study found that less than one-third of students found responsible for sexual assault are expelled from college. But what exactly is considered “sexual assault” and what does one do if he or she becomes a victim of it?
Many universities still aren't doing nearly enough to protect their students in a place they should feel the safest.
OUR GOAL IS TO GIVE AWAY 100,000 FREE "SafeCampus Paks" TO COLLEGE
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