Resources for Stalking Victims

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On Campus

SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION SERVICES
The Emily Taylor Center provides confidential assistance, support and resources.

Location:
Emily Taylor Center, 400 Kansas Union
785-864-3552


 
IOA is a helpful resource for those experiencing any concern related to discrimination or violence, including stalking, on campus. 
 
Location:
Carruth-O'Leary Room 153
785-864-6414

 
Emergency number from campus phones is 911, or use emergency blue phones on campus.

Location:
1501 Crestline Drive
Public Safety Building, Suite 120 785-864-5900


 
Contact the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Success to determine if a violation of the "Code of Student Rights & Responsibilities" has occurred and to file a grievance when appropriate if the stalker is a student.

Location:
133 Strong Hall
785-864-4060


 
The Department of Student Housing provides assistance with on-campus housing issues that result from the stalking situation.

Location:
422 W. 11th Street
Corbin Hall
785-864-4560


 
LSS staff can advocate for you if you are being stalked (i.e. you want to move because the stalker knows where you live, and you feel unsafe). LSS services can be provided to KU students when the "accused" is not a KU student. If the other party is also a KU student, LSS will refer you to other legal assistance. You may qualify for a protection from abuse order or an injuction. Contact LSS for more information.

Location:
312 Burge Union
785-864-5665


 
FERPA allows directory information to be released to the public. To request that your information be confidential, fill out the "request to place/remove restrictions on the release of information to public inquiry" form. It may be obtained online or by stopping by the Registrar's office. This ensures that your information is not being given to someone. Communicate to the office what is going on.

Location:
123 Strong Hall
785-864-4422

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Off Campus

Confidential resources and support for victims of stalking. Support throughout the court process.

Location:
2518 Ridge Court, #202
785-843-8985 (administrative office)
785-841-2345 – 24-hour phone crisis line through Headquarters; ask for a GaDuGi/RVSS Advocate to be paged.


 
24-hour crisis line, providing confidential support and referrals. Court advocacy. Shelter. Support groups.

Location:
800-770-3030
785-843-3333


 
24-hour phone crisis line. Confidential counseling, information, support and referrals.

Location:
211 E. 8th Street, Suite C
785-841-2345


 
Emergency number from off-campus phones is 911

Location:
111 E. 11th Street
785-832-7650


 
Provides confidential assistance, support, and resources.

Location:
111 E. 11th Street
785-841-0211


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