(a) The governing board of each community college
9district, the Trustees of the California State University, the
10governing board of each independent postsecondary educational
11institution, and the Regents of the University of California shall
12enter into a contract with a local rape crisis center to designate
13an advocate, who is independent from the college or university,
14to provide immediate assistance for a victim, who is enrolled at
15one of their respective campuses, of rape or sexual assault. That
16assistance shall include, but not necessarily be limited to,
17accompanying the victim to the hospital and assisting with campus
18and criminal justice system reporting procedures.
19(b) (1) The Attorney General shall establish a
20IX Oversight Office. This office shall have the following authority:
21(A) The office shall serve as a point of contact for students
22dissatisfied with their campus-based policies or investigative
23procedures designed to prevent or address incidents of rape and
25(B) The office may assess fines on a postsecondary educational
26institution that does not comply with its campus or systemwide
27policies, or state or federal laws, relating to rape and sexual
29(C) The office shall receive an annual deidentified report on
30 the total number of, the campus-based investigative timeliness for,
31and the outcomes of campus-based investigations regarding,
32incidents of rape and sexual assault that involve students who are
33enrolled at a campus of the California Community Colleges, the
University, independent postsecondary educational
35institutions, or the University of California. The office may
36investigate these institutions’ policies, procedures, or
37campus-based investigations following an incident of rape or
38sexual assault and make recommendations to the Attorney General,
P4 1district attorney, or city attorney, as appropriate, to the extent
2doing so is in compliance with state and federal law.
3(2) The governing board of each community college district,
4the Trustees of the California State University, the governing board
5of each independent postsecondary educational institution, and
6the Regents of the University of California shall report to the Title
7IX Oversight Office each incident of rape or sexual assault that
8involves one or more of their respective enrolled students for
9purposes of subparagraph (C) of paragraph (1).
10(c) (1) Each
student enrolled at a campus of the California
11Community Colleges, the California State University, the
12University of California, or an independent postsecondary
13educational institution shall complete annual training, electronic
14or in person, on rape and sexual assault awareness and prevention.
15The training shall include, but not be limited to, the contact
16information for the independent advocate who is designated
17pursuant to subdivision (a).
18(2) A student who does not complete the training described in
19paragraph (1) shall have his or her course registration placed on
20hold until he or she completes the training.
21(d) The governing board of each community college district,
22the Trustees of the California State University, the governing board
23of independent postsecondary educational institutions, and the
24Regents of the University of California shall ensure that each of
respective campuses place informational posters in all
26buildings that contain all of the following information:
27(1) Summaries of the campus’ policies on rape and sexual
29(2) Contact information for police and campus and local rape
30and crisis center offices or representatives who respond to
31incidents of rape and sexual assault.
32(3) Campus, civil, and criminal penalties for committing acts
33of rape and sexual assault.
34(4) References to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus
35Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 U.S.C. Sec.
361092(f)(1) and (5)), Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972
37(20 U.S.C. Sec. 1681 et seq.), and other relevant state and federal
38laws and regulations.
39(e) As a condition of receiving state funds for financial
40assistance, each independent postsecondary educational institution
P5 1and the University of California shall comply with the requirements
2of this chapter.