Stand Up

Stand Up


Recognize and avoid abusive behavior such as:

  • Frequent yelling directed at a partner
  • Blaming partner for own faults
  • Name calling
  • Consistently accusing partner of infidelity
  • Kicking, holding slapping, or scratching
  • Forcible or coercive sex
  • Sexual activity when one is not able to provide consent

Bystander Intervention:

Offer support  if you suspect that the person is being abused or has been sexually assaulted or stalked.

SPEAK OUT against all forms of sexual violence

BE AN ADVOCATE for preventing sexual violence

MODEL behavior that values respect for others

CONSENT is a free and active agreement, given equally by both parties to engage in a specific sexual activity.

Giving in is NOT the same as giving consent

Need to report now?
For Students
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Deborah Casey
Vice President of Student Affairs
dcasey@greenriver.edu
253-833-9111, ext. 3328

For Employees
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Marshall Sampson
Vice President of Human Resources
253-833-9111, ext. 3320

Related Information

Personal Safety Against Violence Brochure

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Violence Against Women Act Brochure

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