Resources and Services
Jordan Roberts, BA (Dalhousie)
The goal of the SHSO is to make any interaction with them and the King’s Sexualized Violence Policy as comfortable and tailored to your needs as possible. You can connect with the SHSO to talk about things like gender identity, sexual orientation, healthy relationships, boundaries, experiences of sexualized violence, and supporting friends. Conversations don’t have to go anywhere, and you will not be asked invasive questions or be required to share any details you don’t want to. If you’re not sure if what you want to talk to the SHSO about is the “right thing” the answer is, it is.
Workshops on topics like consent, bystander intervention, active listening, and supporting survivors are regularly offered with new workshops being developed each year.
The Sexual Health and Safety Officer collaborates with members of the King’s campus community to host events like self- and community-care spaces, skill-building workshops, panels, film screenings, and marking significant days regarding the prevention of sexualized violence like December 6th.