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A rape examination must be done within the first 72 hours after an assault.
If an on-campus sexual assault occurs and is reported to the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown Police Department, there will be an investigation.
Yes. A physical examination can be done at any hospital, however it is recommended that you seek treatment at Conemaugh Health System facilities. You can be tested for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), internal trauma, and pregnancy.
Seek medical attention at a hospital emergency department as soon as possible.
The drugs Rohypnol, also known as "Roofies," and Liquid X, otherwise known as "GHB" (gamma hydroxybutyrate), are both slipped into the drinks of unsuspecting men and women. These drugs can have long-lasting effects, including little or no memory of what transpired. Victims may experience any of the following symptoms: confusion, headache, drowsiness, nausea, reduced reflexes, impaired motor skills, poor coordination, amnesia, and coma.
If the assailant is a University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown student, you can file a complaint within the University through the Office of Studet Conduct (814-269-7112, 142 Student Union Building). Criminal charges can be filed outside the University through the District Attorney's Office. The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown police department or the Richland Township police department can assist you with filing charges through the District Attorney's Office.