Cache County Coordinated Community Response Team
CCRT is a community of individuals who work to ensure campus and community safety, increase support services and accountability, and create a respectful environment to address and reduce gender-based violence for people who visit, learn, work, and live at Utah State University. This team has been formed through a three-year grant from the U.S. Office on Violence Against Women.
Our work will be informed and guided by our beliefs and commitment to:
- Community: We value the importance of an inclusive community that fosters support for each other.
- Empowerment and Human Dignity: We value empowerment that increases the value of human dignity for the campus and the surrounding communities.
- Safety: We value safety for victims/survivors of interpersonal violence, safety for campus and community members, and safety during our work to reduce interpersonal violence.
- Transformative: We value being transformative and moving forward to address issues of interpersonal violence.
- Accountability: We value being accountable to each other, to victims/survivors, to the campus, and to the community.
- Skilled: We value having competency and being experts in our field, all of which lead to best practices response to interpersonal violence on the micro, mezzo, and macro level.
USU On-campus Partners
- President’s Office
- Social Work Program
- Sexual Assault and Anti-Violence Information office
- Student Affairs
- Office of Student Conduct
- USU Police
- Title IX
- Residence Life
- Citizens Against Physical and Sexual Abuse
- The Family Place
- Cache County District Attorney
- Logan Police