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Those who do not have the privilege of offering confidentiality are expected to handle reports discreetly to the extent permitted or required under the law and VSC policy.
The Network unites fifteen member organizations and statewide partners to uproot the causes of violence in Vermont.“I used to take my dad’s clothes and hide them in my room.When my parents weren’t home, I would put my hair up in a hat and dress how I felt comfortable,” Thomas said.At 14, Jessica Thomas had a stereotypically feminine exterior, with long blond hair, make-up and “girly” clothes.She excelled in school, sports and had the world at her feet.The VSC is committed to protecting the confidentiality of victims, wherever possible, and will work closely with individuals seeking confidential assistance regarding misconduct under this policy.
Certain professionals are permitted by law to offer confidentiality.
It is the policy of the VSC that, upon learning that an act of sexual misconduct, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking has occurred, prompt and appropriate remedial action reasonably calculated to stop the misconduct shall be taken.
Disciplinary sanctions for any member of the VSC community engaging in conduct prohibited under this policy includes the suspension or dismissal/expulsion of students, the suspension or termination of employment or other appropriate disciplinary action such as warnings, reprimands and educational sanctions, as well as possible referral for criminal investigation and prosecution under Vermont law.
The Network engages in public policy advocacy, training, technical assistance and social change to advance our work.
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Jesse Ray was born Jessica Marie Thomas, but has been transitioning into a man since he was a sophomore in high school.