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Please scroll down to see samples of campaign posters designed and promoted at the University of Houston-Victoria to prevent sex-based violence and increase education for active bystanders. 

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Active Bystander Poster Campaign

Tips for Active Bystanders from the following posters include:

  • Knows he/she/they can play a role in preventing sexual assault.
  • Watches out for others when they have had too much to drink.
  • Changes the subject from sexist, victim-blaming or homophobic topics.
  • Educates self and others about inequality and sexual violence.
  • Intervenes when someone tries to take advantage of a person who is incapacitated.
  • Reaches out for emergency help when someone is in danger.
  • Listens without judgment to someone who has experienced unwanted sexual activity.

Poster on How Jags Take ACTION: Learn how to be an active bystander for sexual assault awareness month. Image featuring African American male student and sample of tips to prevent sex-based violence along with information about campus services.

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Poster on How Jags Take ACTION: Learn how to be an active bystander for sexual assault awareness month. Image featuring African American male student and sample of tips to prevent sex-based violence along with information about campus services. UHV Logo.

Campus services include:

  • In an emergency, dial 911.
  • UHV Counseling Center UW 132—361-570-4135
  • UHV Title IX Office UW 116—361-570-4835
  • Campus Police—361-570-HELP or 361-570-4357

Poster on How Jags Take ACTION: Learn how to be an active bystander for sexual assault awareness month. Image featuring male student with students in computer lab in background and sample of tips to prevent sex-based violence along with information about campus services.

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Poster on How Jags Take ACTION: Learn how to be an active bystander for sexual assault awareness month. Image featuring male student with students in computer lab in background and sample of tips to prevent sex-based violence along with information about campus services.

Campus services include:

  • In an emergency, dial 911.
  • UHV Counseling Center UW 132—361-570-4135
  • UHV Title IX Office UW 116—361-570-4835
  • Campus Police—361-570-HELP or 361-570-4357

Poster on How Jags Take ACTION: Learn how to be an active bystander for sexual assault awareness month. Image featuring female student in library setting and sample of tips to prevent sex-based violence along with information about campus services.

Alternate text for Active Bystander Poster 

Poster on How Jags Take ACTION: Learn how to be an active bystander for sexual assault awareness month. Image featuring female student in library setting and sample of tips to prevent sex-based violence along with information about campus services.

Campus services include:

  • In an emergency, dial 911.
  • UHV Counseling Center UW 132—361-570-4135
  • UHV Title IX Office UW 116—361-570-4835
  • Campus Police—361-570-HELP or 361-570-4357

Poster on How Jags Take ACTION: Learn how to be an active bystander for sexual assault awareness month. Image featuring female student in library setting and sample of tips to prevent sex-based violence along with information about campus services.

Alternate text for Active Bystander Poster

Poster on How Jags Take ACTION: Learn how to be an active bystander for sexual assault awareness month. Image featuring student in library setting and sample of tips to prevent sex-based violence along with information about campus services.

Campus services include:

  • In an emergency, dial 911.
  • UHV Counseling Center UW 132—361-570-4135
  • UHV Title IX Office UW 116—361-570-4835
  • Campus Police—361-570-HELP or 361-570-4357

Dating and Domestic Violence Awareness Poster Campaign

Dating or domestic violence can happen to anyone with male affected party featured with University and national resources.

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Title: Domestic Violence or Dating Violence Can Happen to Anyone. Red background with silhouette of male affected party featuring signs of unhealthy relationship, University services and national resources.

Signs include: Threats, denial, rage, hurting a pet, hitting, fear, spying, spitting in face, screaming, controlling people can hang out with, unpredictable, putting down, angry, invading personal space, gaslighting, tracking phone, blaming, violence, tricks, nonstop calls or texts, forcing sex, blocking exit, manipulation, breaking property, pretending nothing happened, saying no one will believe person, saying no one else will love person, taking control of money, promising to never do it again, and name calling.

Services and resources include:

  • For confidential services, visit the Counseling Center (UW 132) or call 361-570-4135. UHV Counseling Center Logo.
  • For security, call UHPD at 361-570-4357. In emergencies, dial 911.
  • For questions on policies, campus services (work, living, academic and more) or the complaint process, visit the Title IX Office (UW 116) or call 361-570-4835. Logo for ACTION Campaign with multiple-colored hand and words “Observe, Intervene and Notify� and website uhv.edu/title-ix.
  • Logo for National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) or thehotline.org.
  • UHV Logo.

Domestic Violence or Dating Violence Can Happen to Anyone featuring female affected party featuring signs of unhealthy relationship, University services and national resources.

Alternate text for poster

Title: Domestic Violence or Dating Violence Can Happen to Anyone. Red background with silhouette of female affected party featuring signs of unhealthy relationship, University services and national resources.

Signs include: Threats, denial, rage, hurting a pet, hitting, fear, spying, spitting in face, screaming, controlling people can hang out with, unpredictable, putting down, angry, invading personal space, gaslighting, tracking phone, blaming, violence, tricks, nonstop calls or texts, forcing sex, blocking exit, manipulation, breaking property, pretending nothing happened, saying no one will believe person, saying no one else will love person, taking control of money, promising to never do it again, and name calling.

Services and resources include:

  • For confidential services, visit the Counseling Center (UW 132) or call 361-570-4135. UHV Counseling Center Logo.
  • For security, call UHPD at 361-570-4357. In emergencies, dial 911.
  • For questions on policies, campus services (work, living, academic and more) or the complaint process, visit the Title IX Office (UW 116) or call 361-570-4835. Logo for ACTION Campaign with multiple-colored hand and words “Observe, Intervene and Notify� and website uhv.edu/title-ix.
  • Logo for National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) or thehotline.org.
  • UHV Logo.