Dating resources center
Below are the 7 standards to ensure compliance with the code.While there are many ways to come into compliance with this new legislation we do not recommend one single program or curriculum to serve this purpose.Stalking in the context of intimate relationships is a course of conduct (i.e., more than one act) directed at a partner that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear, to experience emotional distress or to fear for the safety of a third person.Acts that together constitute stalking may be direct actions or may be communicated by a third party, and can include, but are not limited to: threats of harm to self or others; pursuing or following; non‐consensual (unwanted) communication by any means; unwanted gifts; trespassing; and surveillance or other types of observation. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration offers free, web-based courses.Various courses offer continuing education credits and are designed for professionals as well as the general public. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health, houses a National Women's Health Information Center.
Changes relevant to the dating violence policy requirement are found on page 4 (in the middle of the page discussing prohibited behavior) and in the Glossary on page 40.
, are acts of violence, threat or intimidation that harm or injure a partner in a current or former intimate relationship (defined below).
These acts may be physical, emotional/psychological, sexual or economic in nature.
Students are deemed to be cohabiting when they share access to the same private living space or bathroom.
Stalking may be one way to have power and control over a dating partner.
CARE provides violence prevention education for the entire UCSD campus and offers free and confidential services for students, staff and faculty impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking.*All communications with users of CARE services are privileged and confidential under California Evidence Code Sections 1010-1027, 1035..2.