Dating Violence of Stalking is never the fault of the survivor. Trust your instincts. If you feel you are unsafe, you probably are. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. If you are on campus, you can call campus safety at 303.458.4122. You can also contact the Safehouse Denver 24-hour information and crisis line at 303.318.9989. Staff will help you devise a safety plan, give you information about local laws, weigh options such as seeking a protection order, and refer you to other services. Confidential Resource Do not respond to or try to communicate with the stalker or abusive person. If you are in private and they are making you uncomfortable, try to make your way to a public place Consent is agreement between partners to specific acts. Consent must be clear, mutual, and attained without harassment or coercion. Consent can also be revoked at any time, in any activity, regardless of whether or not you or your partner have participated in the same activity on previous occasions. Consent cannot be given when someone is intoxicated, passed out, or asleep. The clearest form of consent is verbal. As a responsible partner, don't assume. Just ask. Keep a record of the frequency, type, and content of the stalker’s or abusive person’s actions. You can request escorts to and from class as well as other support services to help you feel safe on campus. Contact the Title IX Coordinator, Michelle Spradling, at 303.458.6435 to discuss your options. If you are not in immediate danger but would like more information, or think you may be in an unhealthy relationship, you can also connect with these confidential resources.