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Unformatted text preview: rveillance or other observation I Obtaining or tracking private information without permission I Trespassing I Vandalism I Nonconsensual touching of person or property I Use of a third party Victims of stalking are encouraged to report incidents to the campus or local police. Some of these behaviors or activities are illegal under Virginia law (Code Section 18.2-60.3) and may be prosecuted as a misdemeanor or felony. Other options available to victims of stalking include using the campus judicial process or seeking a remedy through civil proceedings. Support is available at the University Sexual Assault Services Office, 703-993-4364. Statement of Information on Dating/Partner Violence Effective March 2008 This statement of information applies to all George Mason University students. 65 University Policies George Mason University is committed to providing an institutional environment where all persons may pursue their studies, careers, duties, and activities in an atmosphere free of threat of interpersonal violence. The university will support those who have been victimized by dating/partner violence by providing information and counseling services, and, depending on the individual case, will refer the matter to the appropriate office or department to be handled under applicable university policies, regulations, or Virginia criminal statutes. George Mason University Dating/Partner Violence Definition Dating/partner violence, as defined by George Mason University, is often...
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