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 the right to appeal the outcome based on a due process error or on information that could not have been available at the time of the hearing


 the right to changes in academic, living, transportation or working situations to avoid a hostile environment.


Revised February 14, 2017


Confidentiality of Victims and Other Necessary Parties


North Greenville University and Campus Safety & Security understands how important confidentiality is to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking. Therefore, personal identifiers such as name, home or other physical address, phone number, ID number, date of birth, email address, etc. will never be included in publications such as the Clery Report or the Daily Crime Log. Only Campus Safety & Security and the preparer of the Clery Report will have access to reports turned over by CSAs. In the event information normally listed in the crime log would give away the identity of a victim, it will be redacted as allowed by the Clery Act to protect the victim’s confidentiality and privacy. The university will also take measures to ensure the victim’s confidentiality in making accommodations and taking protective measures in regards to campus life such as but not limited to housing arrangements and class schedules. Changes will be made with as little information dissemination as absolutely necessary. What information will be shared, with whom, and under what circumstances will be the decision of Student Discipline Officer. He or she will make the determination based on a preponderance of the totality of circumstances and make a decision based on divulging the least information possible while still accomplishing the intended purpose in the victim’s best interest.


However, victims must be aware that if their case is adjudicated through the court system, all proceedings are subject to becoming public record and therefore there should be no expectation of confidentiality.


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