Gather Data, Create Safer Campuses
Post-secondary institutions are accountable to federal and state legislation, such as Title IX, the Clery Act, and the Violence Against Women Act, to create safer campuses and report data about sexual violence on campus.
REES simplifies the data collection and analysis process through the use of consistent data collection methods, comprehensive questions and multiple response answers.
Whether to supplement, or replace existing data collection methods or to begin collecting data for the first time, REES provides valuable information that can assist institutions to fulfill reporting requirements and evaluate campus response on an annual and ongoing basis.
“If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.”— Peter Drucker
With REES on campus you can…
Create a safer community
for everyone including students, staff and faculty.
to reporting for survivors who are unable, or prefer not to, engage with in-person reporting options.
Provide a centralized hub
of information about community resources, policy and procedures, and reporting processes.
to measure the prevalence of sexual violence in order to support policy improvements, increase supports or responses to sexual violence, and assist in compliance with federal and state legislation.
Offer an expanded range of reporting options
that are trauma-informed and enable for survivors to tell their story, their way.
Identify a person
that has perpetrated sexual violence against multiple people with Repeat Perpetrator Identification (RPI).
Available Reporting Options
provides an option for survivors to have their anonymous data about campus-related sexual violence provided to the post-secondary institution without making a formal disclosure or complaint. This data can be used to inform policy, develop prevention strategies, and enhance security on campus.
Connect to My Campus
enables survivors to reach out to a designated staff contact, at their post-secondary institution for information about supports and resources available to them both on and off campus. REES provides the option to send their Record and/or Narrative of the incident online directly to the staff contact.
Connect to Title IX
enables survivors to report an incident directly to the Title IX Coordinator at their post-secondary institution.
Repeat Perpetrator Identification (RPI)
is a feature of REES that helps to identify a person that has perpetrated sexual violence against multiple people. A survivor can provide specific identifying information about the perpetrator and if there is a match of identifying information provided by two survivors, the designated campus contact will be informed.
Report to Campus Police
is an optional feature that provides the option to transfer their Record and contact information directly to the campus police.
Privacy is essential to the
work we do.
REES gives control to survivors over their personal data. When a Record is created with REES only the survivor can access it until they choose if and when to share it and with whom.
REES strives for compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and is developed using the principles of Privacy by Design.
REES Campus Features