Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office

The Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office is the University's central hub for accessing supports, education and leadership concerning sexual violence and sexual misconduct.

Support, referrals and advice are available through the Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office for any SFU community member – student, staff and faculty – who is impacted by sexual violence and sexual misconduct, regardless of when or where the incident took place. The SVSPO provides confidential and ongoing assistance and support, referrals and information, as well as reporting options. The SFU community has now moved into the full implementation of GP 44: Sexual Violence and Misconduct; Education, Prevention, and Support.

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Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office

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If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, we're here to support you. Learn about your options. 

Has someone disclosed to you that they have been sexualy assaulted? Find out how to support them. 

SFU Statement

Simon Fraser University is committed to addressing sexual violence through education and prevention programs, survivor support, and appropriate response to incidents of sexual violence. Sexual violence is a complex issue that requires coordinated intervention throughout our campus community. Everyone at SFU plays an important role in creating a culture of zero tolerance for sexual violence. All members of our campus community have the right to live, work, and learn in a safe and respectful environment free from sexual violence. 

Read more about our Sexual Violence and Misconduct Policy

The Sexual Violence and Misconduct Prevention, Education and Support Policy was approved by the Board of Governors on March 30, 2017. Read the final policy.

News and Updates

Find out about what's happening with the Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Centre, the development of our education and prevention initiatives, and news on our upcoming awareness campaigns here