The Reporting Sexual Assault To Police series takes you through the process of reporting a sexual assault for adults 18 years and over. In STEP 5 Detective Nicole Bourke outlines what happens at the formal interview.
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Support and advice at UC and in the community
Video resources – New Zealand Police
Sexual consent and assault
What can I do if I have been sexually assaulted?
This video continues the series by New Zealand Police encouraging the reporting of sexual assault. In STEP 4 Dr Cathy Stephenson from Medical Clinicians for Sexual Assault, Aotearoa outlines what happens at the medical check up.
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The Christchurch City Council has released a short video explaining some of the new cycle infrastructure and road markings popping up around the city, particularly around UC as part of the UniCycle Major Cycle Route.
The road markings and layouts are new to Ōtautahi Christchurch so will generally be unfamiliar to road users. UC students and staff who bike, walk and drive will come across the new road layouts, so watch the video about the new road markings to help ensure everyone gets safely to their destination. The video aims to keep everyone safe around the area’s schools and the University.
One of the new types of crossing shown in the video – the paired cycle and pedestrian priority crossing – will soon be installed on Ilam Road, between UC and Ilam Fields.
Watch the video and visit the CCC website to learn more.