UA students get crash course on sexual assault prevention - Tucson News Now

UA students get crash course on sexual assault prevention

Author Mike Domitrz founded the Date Safe Project. Author Mike Domitrz founded the Date Safe Project.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A nationally acclaimed speaker visited the University of Arizona campus Tuesday night with advice for both men and women on how to prevent sexual assaults.

It's all part of the Date Safe Project founded by author Mike Domitrz.

Domitrz provided hundreds of students with three tips:

1. Get your partners permission, always ask before engaging in intimacy.

2. Intervene and stop a person at a party trying to take advantage of someone.

3. Be open and assist anyone who may have become a sexual assault victim.

More information on how to prevent sexual assaults can be found at www.datesafeproject.org.

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