What does your average day look like?
(You know, like, when you have students on campus)
Too much time:
- listening to victims’ stories
- trying to get to the “truth”
- feeling frustrated by the status quo
We know there’s a better way. And so do you.
Works within the system you probably already have in place.
You likely have bystander intervention training of some kind; this takes it to the next level, by making use of technology almost every student carries at all times anyway.
Proactive not reactive.
We enable your community to help before an assault occurs; the system is also proactive in helping victims get help faster. Most other solutions expect a victim to think to use the system (if they know about it) – which may require them to download and set it up for the first time.
Distribution of responsibility.
Look, we know that, ultimately, the responsibility should be 100% on perpetrators. But now, it is mostly on would-be victims to protect themselves. This just puts the burden on the next would-be victim. (e.g., Chanel Miller – multiple women turned Turner down that night before he assaulted her) This distributes responsibility to stop assault across the community.
Interested in working with us?
Our process is easy, if not simple.
We start with a 1 academic year pilot program at your university.
(Note: We are currently taking a waitlist for Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 pilot programs)
- A call – Let’s talk to see if we are a good match for each other.
- Work together to set up a plan for that pilot – scope, timing, logistics, costs, and everything else.
- Execute! – that plan. Whatever it is. Whenever it is.