Infographics and Visual Aids

Here you will find visual representations of our policies, processes, and outcomes.

 

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This sheet is your one-stop shop for resources for BIPOC survivors that do not involve law enforcement on-Grounds, in the Charlottesville community, and nationally.

Alternatives to Police/BIPOC Resources

This sheet is your one-stop shop for resources for BIPOC survivors that do not involve law enforcement on-Grounds, in the Charlottesville community, and nationally.

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Posted on the UVA Title IX Office’s Instagram page in August 2022, this graphic provides information about the many CIOs and student-led organizations that empower and support survivors and raise awareness about sexual violence on-Grounds.

CIO Resources

Posted on the UVA Title IX Office's Instagram page in August 2022, this graphic provides information about the many CIOs and student-led organizations that empower and support survivors and raise awareness about sexual violence on-Grounds. 

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This sheet is your one-stop shop for resources for LGBTQ+ survivors on-Grounds, in the Charlottesville community, and nationally.

LGBTQ+ Resources

This sheet is your one-stop shop for resources for LGBTQ+ survivors on-Grounds, in the Charlottesville community, and nationally.

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Table describing various healthy and unhealthy behaviors in regard to gender.

Gender Table

This table describes various healthy and unhealthy behaviors in regards to gender.

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Safer Hosting Checklist

Safer Hosting Checklist

This checklist provides strategies party/event hosts can utilize to help create safer parties/events.

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Posted on the UVA Title IX Office’s Instagram page in September 2022, this graphic provides information about the education programs, developed by trained professionals in the Office of Health Promotion and student leaders, available to students on-Grounds.

Sexual Respect Programs

Posted on the UVA Title IX Office's Instagram page in September 2022, this graphic provides information about the education programs, developed by trained professionals in the Office of Health Promotion and student leaders, available to students on-Grounds.

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Education and Programs Guide

Education and Programs Guide

This guide outlines key principles to begin thinking about engaging in education, outreach, and programs focused on sexual respect, violence prevention, and peer education.

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How Can We Help?

How Can We Help

This graphic breaks down the resources and support options available to students after an incident of sexual violence.

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Title IX and Law Enforcement

Title IX and Law Enforcement

This graphic breaks down the role law enforcement plays in incidents of Title IX Prohibited Conduct, including how and when law enforcement gets involved.

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Title IX Lingo and Tips for RAs

Title IX Lingo and Tips for RAs

This graphic provides lingo and tips for Resident Advisors (RAs), highlighting terms such as complainant, respondent, and reporters.

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A 3-way Venn diagram identifies anonymous, confidential, and private resources for survivors on-Grounds and lists on-Grounds CIO support options.

Title IX On-Grounds Resources

This 3-way Venn diagram identifies anonymous, confidential, and private resources for survivors on-Grounds and lists on-Grounds CIO support options.

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A diagram breaks down medical care options, on-Grounds resources, off-Grounds resources, and reporting options available to survivors.

Title IX Quick Guide to Resources

This diagram breaks down medical care options, on-Grounds resources, off-Grounds resources, and reporting options available to survivors.

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Created with the intent of being distributed as a magnet or mirror cling, this graphic lists the confidential and private resources available to students on-Grounds.

Title IX Resources Magnet/Mirror Cling

Created with the intent of being distributed as a magnet or mirror cling, this graphic lists the confidential and private resources available to students on-Grounds.

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Visual explanation of the Differences Between Title IX Prohibited Conduct and SexualGender-Based Prohibited Conduct

Differences Between Title IX Prohibited Conduct and Sexual/Gender-Based Prohibited Conduct

This graphic provides a visual explanation of the differences between Title IX Prohibited Conduct and Sexual/Gender-Based Prohibited Conduct.

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Flowchart showing the who, what, and where of reporting

Reporting Basics: Who, What, Where

This flowchart shows the who, what, and where of the reporting process.

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Reporting Flowchart (students)

Reporting Prohibited Conduct - for students, with information for respondents

This flowchart guides UVA students through the reporting process, including filing a report, intake and assessment, the investigation period, the adjudication period, an appeal, and resolution/pivoting to a different procedure.

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Reporting Flowchart (students)

Reporting Prohibited Conduct - for employees, with information for respondents

This flowchart guides UVA employees through the reporting process, including filing a report, intake and assessment, the investigation period, the adjudication period, an appeal, and resolution/pivoting to a different procedure.

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Employee resource guide for TIX

This guide provides information about what the Title IX reporting process will look like, including sanctions, appeal officers, and resolution options/retaliation.

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Complete flowchart of the reporting process, including the Evaluation Panel Threat Assessment

I Made a Report: Now What?

This flowchart guides UVA students through the reporting process, including the Evaluation Panel's threat assessment.

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Visual explanation to help folks with Understanding Sanctions and Remedies

Understanding Sanctions and Remedies

This graphic provides a visual explanation of sanctions and remedies to help UVA students understand what sanctions and remedies are available to them. 

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This chart provides University, community, and national resources for students based on their personal identity, whether they be LGBTQ+ victims, victims with a disability, non-U.S. citizen victims, BIPOC victims, Latina/Latino or Hispanic victims, or Asian-American victims.

Personal Identity Resources Flowchart

This chart provides University, community, and national resources for students based on their personal identity, whether they be LGBTQ+ victims, victims with a disability, non-U.S. citizen victims, BIPOC victims, Latina/Latino or Hispanic victims, or Asian-American victims.

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This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for LGBTQ+ victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

LGBTQ+ Resources Brochure

This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for LGBTQ+ victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

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This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for victims with a disability and includes information about the Title IX Office.

Victims With a Disability Resources Brochure

This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for victims with a disability and includes information about the Title IX Office.

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This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for non-U.S. citizen victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

Non-U.S. Citizen Victims Resources Brochure

This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for non-U.S. citizen victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

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This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for BIPOC victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

BIPOC Resources Brochure

This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for BIPOC victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

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This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for Latina/Latino or Hispanic victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

Latina/Latino or Hispanic Victims Resources Brochure

This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for Latina/Latino or Hispanic victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

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This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for Asian-American victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

Asian-American Victims Resources Brochure

This printable brochure lists University, community, and national resources and support for Latina/Latino or Hispanic victims and includes information about the Title IX Office.

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Plain text version here