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She Said-He Said: How Schools can Stay Safe in a Sexting, Hook-up, On-Demand Culture

Campus Outreach Services

Monday, February 2, 2015 at 3:30 PM - Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 12:00 AM (EST)

She Said-He Said: How Schools can Stay Safe in a...

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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Policy and Response Protocol Session Only: 2/2/2015 Ended $200.00 $11.99
Disciplinary Procedures Session: 3/2/2015 Ended $100.00 $6.49
Prevention Session: 3/9/2015 Ended $100.00 $6.49
All four sessions. Live and recorded access. Ended $300.00 $17.49
All four sessions and resource portal. Ended $425.00 $24.37
Resource portal only. Ended $250.00 $14.74

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Event Details

Sexual Misconduct Professional Development Series

Best Practices & Risk Management Essentials

No Travel Costs | On-Demand Recordings | Resource Portal

With Instagrams taken inside school bathrooms, school leaders held publically accountable for mishandling reports of sexual assault, and overnight field trips; today’s educational institutions must adopt best practices to address and prevent sexual misconduct cases.  From PK to high school, boarding and day, religiously affiliated or nondenominational, each institution should understand current legal standards, response requirements, and prevention strategies.

Train your entire campus community.  Learn comprehensive approaches on policies, procedures, protocols, and prevention education.  Critical updates on legal mandates, research, standards, and best practices.  We address federal and state laws, confidentiality, men’s role in prevention, bystander intervention, faculty sexual misconduct, athletic programs, international students, male victims, same sex sexual assault, responding to the accused, and more.   

  Get caught up and then stay ahead. 

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Learn how laws and definitions have changed over the last decade.
  2. Understand Title IX, Mandated Reporters, and more guidelines from the national and state levels.
  3. Understand “actual notice,” “fundamental fairness,” “providing notice,” and “deliberate indifference”.
  4. Review a model sexual misconduct policy, including technology-related sexual misconduct. 
  5. Understand technology-related sexual misconduct, consent, incapacity and sexual exploitation.
  6. Learn how to properly process complaints parallel with criminal and civil proceedings. 
  7. Understand the rights of an accused offender and an alleged victim.
  8. Obtain strategies to best educate faculty and staff on sexual misconduct and response protocol.
  9. Understand research supported methods to educate students of all ages and their parents: integration into existing curricula, survey instruments, learning outcomes and developmentally appropriate content for all ages, genders, religious affiliations, socio-economic backgrounds, and sexual orientations. 

Resource Portal and Program Materials 

  1. Model handbook policy
  2. Model response protocol
  3. Training curricula for employees and students
  4. Disciplinary training manual
  5. Year-long use of online training program

Program Schedule: All Sessions are on Mondays.  First Session from 3-5pm and next two are from 3:30-4:30pm est

February 2, 2015: Welcome and Policy Fundamentals for Handbooks and Protocols for Response

What must handbooks include about sexual misconduct?  How is the term defined?  Understand coercion vs. consent and intoxication vs. incapacitation.  What rights, if any, should be stated in the handbook? 


  • Criminal vs. civil vs. school definitions
  • Sexual exploitation
  • Sexual assault vs. rape
  • Same-sex sexual assault
  • Technology-related sexual misconduct (sexting)


We evolve the concept of using response protocol in order to provide consistent, thorough, and quality-controlled institutional response to sexual misconduct.  The COS Customizable Sexual Misconduct Response Protocol serves as the basis for the discussion.  The goal is to create a staff of confident, properly-equipped responders able to provide the correct set of options and support. 


  • Reporting obligations
  • Responding to the accused
  • Rape-Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • 3rd party reports
  • Interactions with media and parents

March 2, 2015: Procedures for Discipline

What are best practices for addressing our students’ policy violations to successfully balance punishment, education, contract compliance, risk management, legal compliance, and most importantly institutional mission?  Learn when to involve parents, legal counsel, and criminal authorities. Understand threat assessment, public relations strategies, and documentation practices.  Opportunity provided to submit sections of your handbook for expert review and feedback.   


  • Philosophical approach:  Education vs. Discipline
  • Investigation process
  • Burden and standard of proof
  • Jurisdiction

March 9, 2015:  Prevention Education

If your school prohibits sexual activity, how do you best educate on sexual misconduct? Do you address sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual exploitation, sexting, rape, dating violence?  What should a student who is in 5th grade know about sexual assault?  What skills should 18year-olds have to “expect respect” in relationships?  Understand the ways to impart school policies during training for all members of your community to increase adoption and ensure compliance with state and federal guidelines that, in turn, can reduce liability. 

Topics Addressed:

  • Educating males vs. females
  • Cultural sensitivity and international student issues
  • Developmental models for all ages
  • Peer leadership and bystander intervention
  • Education for adults

Presenter: William E. Hannum III is Managing Partner of Schwartz Hannum PC in Andover, MA. Will represents employers and educators in the full spectrum of labor and employment law matters, including employment litigation, labor relations and collective bargaining and employment counseling. Will advises the Firm’s school and education clients on the full range of education law issues, including reports of abuse, as well as student and employee matters, risk management, compliance, and documentation ranging from employment contracts to handbooks to bullying prevention and intervention plans. He has also represented unionized and non-unionized employers (including for profit and non-profit organizations) throughout the United States in a variety of industries. Since 2012, Will has been recognized by Chambers USA as a leading attorney in Labor and Employment Law. Will has been selected as a Massachusetts Super Lawyer® and top Labor and Employment attorney in Massachusetts for each consecutive year since 2004. Will currently serves as a member on the Labor & Employment Education Steering Committee for the Boston Bar Association and is a frequent speaker and author on labor and employment law.

Presenter:  Katie Koestner is a national expert on sexual misconduct, student safety and technology issues.  She has appeared on the cover of TIME Magazine, The Oprah Winfrey Show, NBC Nightly News, CNBC Talk Live, CNN, Larry King Live, Good Morning America, Later Today, MSNBC, Entertainment Tonight, and over 50 other programs.  HBO and Lifetime made movies about Katie’s life.  She has lectured at over 2500 schools in North America, including the incoming classes at MIT, Brown University, West Point, the US Naval Academy, Amherst College, Williams College, the top 200 officers of the Department of Defense, and the American Association of School Administrators.  The US Ambassador to India asked Katie to lead a 19-day campaign to raise awareness about sexual violence.  She helped the US Department of Education develop programs for women in high-risk communities. Her testimony on Capitol Hill was instrumental in the passage of federal student safety legislation.  Katie’s energy and enthusiasm spur audiences from ages 8 to 80 to positive action around the globe.

Recommended Participants:  Heads, Associate Heads, Dean of Students, Division Directors, Dean of Faculty, Communications Director, Athletics, Greeks, Residence Life, Health Center, Counselors, Student Affairs Officers, School Attorney, Risk Manager, CFO, HR Directors, Campus Security, and more.


How many people can participate from my school? As many as you'd like.  Use large meeting spaces and/or request up to four additional connections for your school.

What is the refund policy?  Refunds are not available.  However, should you be unable to join a live session, you'll have access to the recording through June 1, 2015.

Have questions about She Said-He Said: How Schools can Stay Safe in a Sexting, Hook-up, On-Demand Culture? Contact Campus Outreach Services


Monday, February 2, 2015 at 3:30 PM - Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 12:00 AM (EST)

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Campus Outreach Services

Since 1994, Campus Outreach Services has provided pin-drop programs, superlative curricula, and high-engagement parent and professional development education on today's top wellness and safety issues. COS has over 5000 clients around the world including K-12 schools, institutions of higher education, corporations, government agencies and military bases. 

We believe respect should be the stardard.  Our programming is brain-heart:  backed by research and emboldened by the heart.  Our presenters and researchers thrive in helping others and making a daily difference in lives of others.  We scale our work to accommodate small groups of 20 to audiences of 250,000. 

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