Personal Safety Application CaliforniaStateUniversityFullerton Susan Leavy Director, The WoMen’s Center 800 N. State College Blvd., UH 205 Fullerton,CA 92831 (657) 278-3928 sleavy@fullerton.edu   General Information California State University Fullerton is located inOrange County,California.  The enrollment for fall 2011 is just over 36,000 students; fewer than 2,000 live in residence halls on campus.   A campus app, “I Fullerton”, is available to students for downloading and includes parking space and computer availability, and etc.   The Personal Safety Application (PSA) will be at the fingertips of every student with internet access to I Fullerton.  As created, the tool provides rapid response in an emergency, identifies campus support services, reduces barriers to bystander intervention, and educates the individual about sexual assault and dating violence.   The top button on the first screen is designed for immediate emergency calls.  The large red circle, when touched, will automatically dial “911”.  An insurance box with an opportunity to abort a mistaken call is offered before the final call is connected.   All 911 calls originating on campus are routed to University Police which maintains 24 hour, 7 day per week, year round staffing.  Just below is “call a friend” and “call a hotline”.  The “call a friend” screen allows for preprogramming up to three phone numbers.  Ideally, these will connect to friends who have been frontloaded as to their role in the callers’ personal safety.  “Call a hotline” is preprogrammed into the app with numbers for the CSUF WoMen's Center, local sexual assault hotline, a national sexual assault hotline, a local battered women’s shelter and national battered women’s hotline. ð       “Find an emergency phone” produces a map of emergency phone stations located across campus.  These “blue phones” send a message to campus police that an emergency situation is in progress.   “Other help” is designed to encourage bystander intervention and provide easy access to websites with educational materials on sexual assault and dating violence. ð       “Someone is in danger” provides immediate advice regarding how to proceed if the caller is witness to a dangerous situation. “If you want to report acts or threats or violence on campus.” Call 911 More information Takes caller to educational webpage

“If you are a witness to relationship violence” Do not intervene physically and put yourself at personal risk, call for help If it is safe let them know your are a witness to the violence Call 911 More information Takes caller to educational webpage

  “If you are a witness to sexual coercion” Do not intervene physically and put yourself at personal risk, call for help If it is safe let them know your are a witness to the violence Call 911 More information Takes caller to educational webpage

  “Not an emergency but I need assistance” provides communication tips and emergency numbers. “If you are in contact with a person who has been raped” Screen suggests a course of action Provides hotline phone connections

  “Call for Police Escort” Details of University Police escort program for safe passage while on campus. 911 button                                

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