Protocol Sexual Assault 

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Dear Student,

You are looking for information on what to do if you have (had) to deal with sexual assault or abuse. The most important thing is, don't carry it alone. In a personal conversation, you can discuss it with your mentor or a teacher you trust. If necessary, we can call in extra help from the student psychologist, student dean or confidential advisor.

It is essential to talk to someone you trust and get the help you need. There are several possibilities. Below we give you some options:

  1. If the person who is harassing you is linked to the school, you can contact the Fontys confidential counsellor
  2. We advise you to contact your family doctor as soon as possible.
  3. If necessary, contact the police as quickly as possible.
  4. You can contact Sexual Assault Center (anonymously). They offer professional help to anyone who has had an unwanted sexual experience.
  5. You can inform your study advisor or a teacher you trust.

It is essential to talk to someone you trust and get the help you need. There are several possibilities. Below we give you some options:

  1. If the person who is harassing you is linked to the school, you can contact the Fontys confidential counsellor
  2. We advise you to contact your family doctor as soon as possible.
  3. If necessary, contact the police as quickly as possible.
  4. You can contact Sexual Assault Center (anonymously). They offer professional help to anyone who has had an unwanted sexual experience.
  5. When you are back to school you can inform your study advisor or a teacher you trust.