Victim's Bill of Rights
Pitt-Johnstown will afford students the following rights:
- To be believed.
- To be given the same credibility as any other crime victim.
- To seek and receive help, including counseling and mental health services.
- To receive courteous and efficient treatment.
- To be treated with dignity and respect, without prejudice against race, class, lifestyle, age, gender, sexual orientation, or occupation.
- To receive accurate information, presented in a way that is understood.
- To ask questions.
- To make her/his own decisions.
- To change her/his mind.
- To notify law enforcement and to be assisted by campus authorities in doing so.
- To be afforded the opportunity to have others, such as a support person or witness, present during a disciplinary proceedings against the perpetrator.
- To be informed of the outcome of any disciplinary proceeding against the perpetrator.
- To change academic and living situations.
- To heal.