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Sexual Assault

What is Sexual Assault?

Sexual Assault, including rape, occurs when a person is forced or coerced, physically or verbally, into any type of sexual activity with another person, whether the assailant is a friend, acquaintance, or stranger. Rape, in the State of Ohio, is legally defined as a forced or coerced vaginal, oral, or anal penetration with an object, penis, or other body part. Force and coercion signify a lack of consent to sexual activity. Rape occurs when consent to engage in sexual conduct is never given or when consent is obtained through the following conditions.

  • force
  • threat of force
  • manipulation
  • impairment by being forced or tricked to consume alcohol or other drugs
  • unconsciousness

    Sexual Assault is an Act of Violence, Not Sex

    Sexual assault, including rape, is motivated by a need for power and control, or by anger. Assailants use sex as a weapon in order to degrade, humiliate, injure, and control their victims.

    Get The Facts

  • Every 2 minutes someone in the U.S. is sexually assaulted.
  • 1 in 6 women and 1 in 33 men will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime.
  • 60% of sexual assaults are not reported to the police.
  • College age women are 4 times more likely to be sexually assaulted.
  • Approximately 73% of rape victims know their assailants.
  • 90% of all campus rapes occur when alcohol has been used by either the assailant or the victim.

    Resources

     

    1.  Wright State University Sexual Assault Response Services - Click here to view

    2.  The BACCHUS & GAMMA Peer Education Network - http://www.bacchusgamma.org

    3.  Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) - http://www.rainn.org

    Important Phone Numbers

    Emergency Off-Campus

    9-1-1

    Emergency On-Campus 937-775-2111

    WSU Student Support Services

    937-775-3749

    Student Support Services 24-hours cell

    937-260-0167

    WSU Police Department

    937-775-2111

    WSU Residence Services

    937-775-4172

    WSU Counseling and Wellness

    937-775-3407

    WSU Community Standards and Student Conduct

    937-775-4240

    WSU Women’s Center

    937-775-4524

    Weekend Intervention Program (W.I.P)

    937-775-3050

    Fairborn Police

    937-754-3000

    Greene County Victim Witness

    937-562-5087

    Greene Memorial Hospital Emergency Room

    937-352-2500

    Dayton Police

    937-333-2677

    Montgomery County Victim Witness

    937-225-5623

    Miami Valley Hospital Emergency and Trauma Center

    937-208-2444

    TCN Behavioral Services (Fairborn)

    937-879-3400

    TCN Crisis Hotline

    937-376-8701

    Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network Hotline

    1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

    Contact Us:

    Office of Student Support Services

    022 Student Union

    (937) 775-3749 (Office)

    (937) 775-3742 (Fax)

    Katie Deedrick, Director
    katie.deedrick@wright.edu


    Barbara Allbright, Administrative Specialist

    barbara.allbright@wright.edu

    Michael La Torre , Graduate Assistant

    latorre.5@wright.edu

     

     

     

     

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