There are a number of CSU and external resources available to help staff and students know what to do in the event of a sexual assault or sexual harassment.
|Online incident reporting form||Disclosures of sexual violence must be logged using the online incident reporting form.||Access online|
|CSU Responding to student disclosures of sexual violence protocol||All staff should familiarise themselves with the Responding to Student Disclosures of Sexual Violence protocol. This protocol outlines the steps you must take when reporting a disclosure.||Download|
|Step-by-step guide to responding to disclosures of sexual violence||This summarises the 6 steps CSU staff are required to follow when responding to a disclosure by a CSU student of experiencing a sexual violence incident.||Download|
|Guide to helping distressed students||This guide is designed to help CSU staff recognise when a student may be in difficulty, provide advice to help you respond/ refer appropriately and effectively, and remember the sources of support within the university.||Download|
|Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia||Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia provides 24/7 telephone and online crisis counselling for anyone in Australia who has experienced or is at risk of sexual assault, family or domestic violence and their non-offending supporters.||Visit the website|
|1800 RESPECT||1800 RESPECT is a confidential information, counselling and support service 0pen 24 hours to support people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse.||Visit the website|
|NSW Health Sexual Assault Services||A directory of NSW Health Sexual Assault Services designed to help you find support locally.||Visit the website|