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Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Sexualized Violence Prevention and Response

You are not alone

The Sexualized Violence Prevention and Response office delivers educational opportunities to members of the TRU community, supports the ongoing implementation of BRD 25-0 and provides direct support to victims/survivors of sexualized and intimate partner violence.

Support is available to all faculty, staff and students, and to people of all genders and sexual orientations. Whether the experience is historical or recent, a wide variety of supports are available:

  • Support through reporting processes if desired
  • Connection to campus and community resources
  • Support to those providing care to victim/survivors
  • Emotional support and safety planning
  • Academic accommodations and emergency housing
  • Information about reporting options
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Reach out to us

We are a hybrid office. Feel free to stop by in Old Main 1486. Virtual appointments are also available for both Kamloops and Williams Lake students, staff and faculty. To schedule your appointment, send email to svpr@tru.ca or call 250-828-5023. You are welcome to bring a support person to any meeting.


We would like for you to offer feedback on our services to better serve you.


Notify SVPR of a disclosure. Please note: Policy BRD 25-0 requires all faculty and staff who receive a disclosure to notify SVPR staff. This allows SVPR staff to support victims/survivors as well as members of the TRU community who are providing care and response to those victims/survivors, and to collect relevant data on the issue.


SVPR Updates

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Healing Comes in Waves is a podcast series, created by Toronto Metropolitan University, Consent Comes First, Consent Action Team, and Vocal Fry Studios. This series captures conversations with survivors, counsellors, educators, and advocates to discuss healing after harm related to sexualized violence. Read more...

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