The University Police Services has adopted the Sexual Assault Response Guarantee, which states:
Sexual assaults, including date/acquaintance rape, are a very serious concern of the university. If you feel you are the victim of a sexual assault on campus, your University Police Services will guarantee you the following:
We will meet with you privately, at a place of your choice in the area, to take a complaint report.
We will not release your name to the public or to the press.
Our officers will not prejudge you, and you will not be blamed for what occurred.
We will treat you and your particular case with courtesy, sensitivity, dignity, understanding, and professionalism.
If you feel more comfortable talking with a female or male officer, we will do our best to accommodate your request.
You may file a report without having to press charges and without giving names.
We will assist you in arranging for any medical needs and/or evidence collection.
We will assist you in privately contacting counseling, advocates, safety, advising, and other available resources.
If you choose to press charges, we will fully investigate your case and will help you to achieve the best outcome. This may involved the arrest and full prosecution of the suspect responsible.
We will continue to be available for you, to answer your questions, to explain the systems and processes involved (prosecutor, courts, etc.), and to be a listening ear if you wish.
We will consider your case seriously regardless of your gender or sexual orientation, and regardless of the gender or sexual orientation of the suspect.
If you feel you are a sexual assault victim/survivor, call the University Police Services at 702-895-3669 and say you want to privately make a sexual assault complaint. You may call any time, day or night. If we fail to achieve any part of the above guarantee, the Associate Vice President and Director, Adam Garcia, will meet with you personally to address any problems. The University Police Services want to help you make the CSN, DRI, NSC, and UNLV campuses safe for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.