Sexualized Violence Prevention

UFV's Sexualized Violence Prevention policy review — share your thoughts

Implemented in 2017, UFV's Sexualized Violence Prevention (SVP) policy is undergoing its first review. As part of this process, the SVP team is looking for your input. 

Your suggestions, thoughts, ideas, and general feedback are essential to help inform the policy review and to guide the ongoing development UFV’s sexualized violence prevention support services and education. 

Who can participate in the consultation? 

The survey is open to:

  • students
  • faculty
  • staff
  • alumni
  • interested members of the public

Anyone from the university community who wishes to contribute to the conversation is encouraged to share their thoughts and ideas. We all have a role to play in preventing and responding to sexualized violence and we would like to bring as many voices and perspectives as possible into this process.

How to participate

Share your thoughts and ideas through our feedback form before September 30, 2021.

Although this is not a requirement to participate in the conversation, now is a great time to get familiar with the content of UFV's Sexualized Violence Prevention policy if you aren't already.

Download UFV's Prevention, Education, and Response to Sexualized Violence policy 236 (.pdf) »

I would like to provide feedback

Privacy and confidentiality

  • You can take part in the conversation anonymously.
  • If you choose to provide your name and contact information, the SVP committee may contact you to ask for clarification or to update you on the new policy if you opted-in.
  • The information collected through the survey will be kept confidential.


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Article - Ortiz, R. R., & Shafer, A. (2018). Unblurring the lines of sexual consent with a college student-driven sexual consent education campaign. Journal of American college health66(6), 450-456.‌

Article - Darden, M. C., Ehman, A. C., Lair, E. C., & Gross, A. M. (2019). Sexual compliance: examining the relationships among sexual want, sexual consent, and sexual assertiveness. Sexuality & Culture23(1), 220-235.

Article - Herbenick, D., Fu, T. C., Dodge, B., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2019). The alcohol contexts of consent, wanted sex, sexual pleasure, and sexual assault: Results from a probability survey of undergraduate students. Journal of American college health67(2), 144-152.

Article - Jozkowski, K. N., Manning, J., & Hunt, M. (2018). Sexual consent in and out of the bedroom: Disjunctive views of heterosexual college students. Women's Studies in Communication41(2), 117-139.


Article - Chugani, C. D., Anderson, J. C., Richter, R. K., Bonomi, A. E., DeGenna, N. M., Feinstein, Z., ... & Miller, E.(2020). Perceptions of College Campus Alcohol and Sexual Violence Prevention among Students with Disabilities:“it Was a Joke”. Journal of Family Violence, 1-11.

Article - Ammerman, B., & Jones, H. (2020). Him Too: A Case Report on Male Sexual Violence and Screening in Primary Care. Urologic nursing40(1).

Article - Sharkey, J. D., Reed, L. A., & Felix, E. D. (2017). Dating and sexual violence research in the schools: Balancing protection of confidentiality with supporting the welfare of survivors. American journal of community psychology60(3-4), 361-367.


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Share your thoughts on UFV's sexualized violence prevention strategy, education, and response. Your feedback is key to help us review and improve our current policy.

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