Respect • Educate • Empower Survivors
If you have experienced sexual violence know that it is not your fault and you are not alone.
Students asked for online anonymous reporting.
You asked and we listened.
REES is for members of the campus community to record their experience of campus-related sexual violence.
You can use the platform for reporting any unwanted sexualized behaviour including harassment, misconduct and assault.
Anonymous Reporting gives you the chance to share your story without having to file a formal report with the University.
We’re here. We hear you.
If your institution becomes a REES Campus, you will have the option to transfer your account to your school’s REES Platform.
REES values relationships and collaboration. We work together with our partners to develop options for survivors that are trauma-informed and survivor-centred.
REES values transparency and accountability. Data only matters if we do something with it. We promote leadership on issues relating to sexual violence, advocate for change and continue to create new pathways for engagement.
REES exists to make social change. We are creating new and innovative spaces for survivors to share their stories.
“If you can’t measure it,– Peter Drucker
you can’t change it.”
It is strongly encouraged to seek medical attention following a sexual assault – even if you don’t seem to be physically injured. A medical practitioner can address concerns around:
- Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
- Pregnancy and emergency contraception
- Other forms of Post-Exposure Prophylaxis
Depending on how many days have passed since the sexual assault, you may be able to get a forensic exam.
REES considers privacy in all aspect of software design. Data is stored in Canada and is encrypted. We do not require any personal identifying information, store a computer’s IP address, or user cookies to store a Record. REES gives control to survivors over their personal data.