Questions of consent are often central to Title IX investigations. The clearer your school’s policies are on what does and does not constitute consent, the easier it will be for your investigators to reach a well-supported conclusion.
What does your K-12 school district, college, or university’s sexual misconduct policy say about consent? Is it time to make some upgrades to your policy? The infographic below illustrates some best practices on what this definition of consent should include:
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