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Jan. 24, 2020 LA GRANDE, Ore. – January marks National Stalking Awareness Month, and the Title IX Office at Eastern Oregon University is partnering with the Union County District Attorney’s Office and law enforcement to provide two sessions on stalking.
Two information sessions will be open to the campus community on Jan. 30 in Hoke Union Building. The first session runs from 12:05 to 12:50 p.m., and the second session runs that evening from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
At the midday session, an attorney will join EOU’s Privileged Campus Advocate to share what stalking looks like and where people experiencing stalking can get help. They’ll cover local resources, issues regarding digital stalking, questions specific to college campuses, and related topics. The evening session covers similar information but features a detective alongside the Privileged Campus Advocate.
Partnerships with Shelter from the Storm, the Union County District Attorney’s Office and La Grande Police Department make this program possible. Visit eou.edu/TitleIX/events for additional information.
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