Women's Resource & Interpersonal Violence Prevention Center
Kennesaw State University asserts that members have the right to be free from interpersonal violence such as dating or domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and stalking. An array of counseling, medical, police, disciplinary, & administrative services are immediately available to KSU community members reporting all instances of interpersonal violence on campus. KSU is committed to supporting informed choice among these services and insuring anonymity within the confines of legal requirements to report instances of violence on campus.If you are a female or male survivor of any form of sexual violence, sexual harassment, interpersonal violence or stalking, the Women's Resource & Interpersonal Violence Prevention Center offers support and resources. Click Here for more information.
Behavioral Response Programs-"BRP"
Behavioral Response Programs (BRP) is a division of Student Success Services that takes a planned and proactive approach to identifying and assisting students who are distressed and/or exhibiting abnormal, threatening, or dangerous behavior. Through early identification, BRP aims to assist students, get them connected with the resources they need to be successful, and prevent crises. The work of BRP is guided by the overarching goals of maximizing student success and community safety. Click Here for more information.
RAD Classes for Women
To register for any R.A.D. classes, visit the website or e-mail email@example.com
Advanced Rape Aggression Defense (Advanced R.A.D.)
Advanced Rape Aggression Defense (Advanced R.A.D.) is a 25 hour course, which is administered in eight different blocks of instruction. Each block is a stand-alone class (you do not have to attend every class to receive credit. You do not have to attend each class in the order it is offered.) The only pre-requisite is that participants must have completed Basic R.A.D. to attend any Advanced class. Participants will need to produce proof of successfully completing Basic R.A.D. (i.e. signed student manual). The course is open to female students, faculty, and staff at no charge.
Department of Strategic Security & Safety/ Enterprise Risk Management
The Department of Strategic Security and Safety /ERM was created to enable succinct communication between all of the support departments traditionally charged with security / safety and the campus community: students, faculty, staff and visitors. KSU is moving towards an exceedingly robust system of preparedness, emergency alert and notification utilizing a layered approach, to ensure all customers are prepared and can respond to any emergency or disaster. For more information, please visit the Department of Strategic Security and Safety website.
Department of Public Safety
The primary goal of the Kennesaw State University Department of Public Safety is to maintain social order within prescribed ethical and constitutional limits. To attain this goal, the department's role is to enforce campus rules and regulations, Federal, State, and local laws, in a fair and impartial manner, recognizing both the statutory and judicial limitations of police authority and the constitutional rights of all persons.
The Department has other responsibilities, including the following:
- Protection of Life and Property
- Prevention, Detection and Investigation of Criminal Activity
- Apprehension of Offenders
- Recovery of Property
- Training of Officers
- Maintain Ethical Standards
- Traffic Control
- Public Service