If you are experiencing an emergency, dial 911 for immediate assistance.
Sexual assault is any unwanted act of a sexual nature imposed by one person upon another. Sexual assault of any kind is a crime, even in a marriage or dating relationship. A victim of sexual assault does not entice or provoke the assault by their behaviour, dress or whereabouts. If the person does not consent to the activity, then any sexual contact is an assault upon that person.
Sexual assault can be physical, verbal, or occur without contact. Any sexual activity without consent is a form of sexual assault. Some examples include:
What can you do if you’ve been sexually assaulted?
You can contact Victim Services for more information on your options.