Trustworthy, organized, high integrity
If I'm a survivor I need to have a very trustworthy person who can help me with the situation I'm facing. Like, I trust them [with] my situation; they are not having any doubt about my story, about the sexual assault, [they are] trustworthy. The second is to be well organized. If they are well organized then they can follow the policy step-by-step and they think about it thoroughly and they can see every risk [implied by] the situation. And third one is the high level of integrity. A person with high level of integrity always wants to do the right thing, so that's pretty much helpful for me as the survivor to have an advisor with those characteristics.
Use approaches that are trauma informed and survivor-centred.
Present learning materials in a way that is helpful to a friend supporting a victim/survivor.
Provide detail and clarity about what happens, and who helps the students involved, at every stage of the process following a disclosure or report.