Victoria College of Wellington, the scholars affiliation and police will meet with college students after allegations of sexual assault on the Te Puni Village corridor of residence.
It comes after an investigation was launched over the assault on the Te Puni Village corridor of residence.
College students on the college, who wished to stay nameless, mentioned considerations have been raised as a result of numerous college students felt unsafe after listening to of the allegations.
In a letter to the college, college students referred to as for better transparency and mentioned the corridor’s administration had didn’t create a secure atmosphere.
A gathering can be held on Wednesday between Te Puni residents, the scholars affiliation (VUWSA), the college and police, to make sure folks know the best way to report sexual hurt.
A Victoria college spokesperson mentioned an investigation was beneath approach, however wouldn’t verify whether or not a proper criticism had been laid and declined to state what number of allegations been made.
“Points are being taken very critically, and assist is obtainable for college kids who got here ahead,” the college spokesperson mentioned.
In the meantime, a spokesperson for Campus Residing Villages, which operates Te Puni Village, mentioned the “predominant precedence is the security and wellbeing of all our residents and our workers, and we don’t tolerate inappropriate or dangerous behaviour, and we take these points very critically.
“When made conscious, administration labored swiftly and professionally to deal with these considerations, and proceed to work intently with the college to offer assist to residents as required. All residents have been knowledgeable on the place they’re able to entry info on the best way to take motion and that if required, assist persons are obtainable.”
Campus Residing Villages additionally operates Sonoda Village, a corridor of residence on the College of Canterbury in Christchurch the place scholar Mason Pendrous died and whose physique was not discovered for as much as 4 weeks later.