Sexual Violence Reporting Form If You are a Victim of Sexual Violence Reporting the Assault Alcohol, Drugs, and Rape Reducing Your Risk of Sexual Assault Helping a Friend Who Has Been a Victim of Sexual Violence Abusive Relationships and Domestic Violence Stalking Institutional Disciplinary Processes Victim's Options Bystander Prevention Resources Educational Programs, Training Immediately go to a safe place.This may be a friend's room, MTSU University Police, the Murfreesboro police station, the hospital, or another place where you feel safe and are safe from harm. Call a friend, a family member, or someone else you can trust to be with you.
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You can call MTSU University Police at 911 or 615-898-2424.
You may also call the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program at 615-896-7377 (24-hour crisis line: 615-494-9262 or 615-896-2012) where volunteers are available 24 hours a day to respond. Do not shower, bathe, douche, or otherwise clean yourself. Do not eat, drink liquids, smoke, or brush your teeth if oral contact took place.
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