Sexual Violence Prevention: An Athletics Tool Kit for a Healthy and Safe Culture

Helps NCAA member schools develop and promote a culture on campus that is free from violence – one that values, respects and defends the dignity of all people and upholds the inherent value of each individual. This tool kit identifies five core commitments essential for athletics departments working to achieve this culture:

  1. Leadership
  2. Collaboration
  3. Compliance and Accountability
  4. Education
  5. Student-Athlete Engagement

The tool kit checklists and educational resources are designed to support athletics departments in meeting these commitments to prevent sexual violence involving student-athletes and are grounded in accepted theory, research or recognized, expert opinion. These strategies and accompanying implementation tools have the potential to make a significant impact within athletics and across campus.

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