Domestic Violence and the Workplace Policy

SUNY Policy Statement

Domestic violence permeates the lives and compromises the safety of thousands of New York State employees each day, with tragic, destructive, and often fatal results. Domestic violence occurs within a wide spectrum of relationships, including married and formerly married couples, couples with children in common, couples who live together or have lived together, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender couples, and couples who are dating or who have dated in the past.  For more information, please visit SUNY's Domestic Violence and the Workplace Policy (pdf)

SUNY takes reports of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking seriously. If you are a member of a SUNY community and have experienced any of the above, this Sexual Assault & Violence Response (SUNY SAVR) Resources website provides you with information you can use to seek resources and support, and to report the crime to law enforcement and the campus.  For information, resources, and an anonymous reporting mechanism, please visit SUNY's Sexual Assault and Violence Response (SAVR) Resources website.

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