Dating violence schools
The Policy Assessment Worksheet will assist you in assessing your school’s (or your partner school's) current policies relating to dating abuse, sexual violence, and stalking.This resource was originally developed for OVW STEP Program grantees.In response to increased awareness that dating violence is prevalent among youth, Texas has enacted legislation to assist schools in addressing this issue.In 2007, Texas HB 121 was passed mandating schools to adopt and implement a dating violence policy.Building Sustainable Relationships With Schools to Improve Intervention and Response to Dating Abuse is a collection of resources and strategies to assist agencies located in rural communities in developing sustainable relationships with schools.The toolkit examines the context of rural dating abuse and the value of working with rural schools for intervention and response.The guide also offers ideas and examples for developing procedures that are responsive to the needs of all student survivors.
Working with LGBTQ* Youth in School Settings and Educational Trainings are two tipsheets to help you create a safer, more welcoming environment for all young people by practicing Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans* and Queer (LGBTQ*) inclusivity.
Dating Matters is an evidence-based teen dating violence prevention model that includes prevention strategies for individuals, peers, families, schools, and neighborhoods.
It focuses on teaching 11-14 year olds healthy relationship skills before they start dating and reducing behaviors that increase the risk for dating violence, like substance abuse and sexual risk-taking.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2016) defined as the physical, sexual, psychological, or emotional violence within a dating relationship, including stalking.
TDV can occur in person or electronically and is frequently measured using the revised Conflict Tactics Scale (Straus, Hamby, Boney-Mc Coy, & Sugarman, 1996).