The Creep Alert for High School Students

The Creep Alert’s Affordable and Customizable Drink Spiking Test Cards are an Effective Tool for Educating High School Students about Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault (DFSA).


According to CDC’s 2017 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, approximately 10% of high school students were sexually assaulted in 2017 with females (15 %) experiencing higher rates than males (4.3%).

Ages 12-34 are the highest risk years for rape and sexual assault1

Children as young as age 12 are experimenting with GHB2

Young women between the ages 16 and 24 are four times more likely to be slipped GHB without their knowledge (and potentially raped) than any other age group2

What Can be Done to Educate High School Students Regarding the Risks of Sexual Violence?

Most sexual assaults involve drugs and alcohol. See excerpt from DFSA study below regarding this correlation. The Creep Alert is a valuable tool that not only detects the presence of GHB and Ketamine in alcohol, it raises awareness among high school students to help them avoid high risk situations that involve the use of alcohol and drugs.

The size of a business card, the Creep Alert is a unique, tangible tool that initiates conversations about sexual assault issues and empowers students to keep themselves and their friends safe. The Creep Alert cards are customized at no additional cost to communicate a unique safety message for each High School regarding sexual assault and drug & alcohol abuse prevention.

By giving each student a customized test and awareness card with your high school’s logo and messaging, prevention will increase as the message is discussed among the students and posted/communicated on social media.

The Creep Alert is easy-to-use and easy-to-carry. Click here for more details

Educating students regarding consent, awareness, bystander intervention, and how to maintain safe relationships is also very important. Title IX is a federal law guaranteeing that every student has access to an education free from sexual harassment and sexual violence, including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, or stalking. It’s never too early to educate high school students on peer-to-peer sexual violence issues.

Don’t delay. Contact us today to learn how the Creep Alert’s customized detection/awareness cards and coasters can integrate seamlessly into existing sexual assault training and awareness programs to keep your high school students safe.


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Waiting until college is obviously too late. Students want the information now, or even before high school, but definitely they want to learn about sexual harassment and assault and to explore topics like consent. They’ve said the sooner, the better.”- Robert Rigby, high school teacher, Fairfax, VA.

The Secret of Sexual Assault in
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What Drugs Are Used to Facilitate Sexual Assault (DFSA)?According to a study titled Criminal Poisoning: Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault by Laura K. Bechtel, PhD and Christopher P. Holstege, MD, “Most sexual assaults have been linked to the abuse of alcohol. It is commonly accepted that there is a high degree of correlation between alcohol intoxication and the risk for being sexually assaulted [10]. In recent years, however, there has been increased attention in the literature to people using other drugs to render their victims unconscious or lower their level of resistance with the intent to sexually assault them [14,20,35,36]. In addition to alcohol, the drugs most often implicated in DFSAs are GHB, flunitrazepam, and ketamine, although others, including other benzodiazepines and sedative-hypnotics, are used also (Box 3). These drugs share similar characteristics for producing sedation, hypnosis, and anterograde amnesia. These effects often rapidly incapacitate victims and the effects can be intensified when they are willingly or involuntarily taken with alcohol. Because of the sedative and amnesic properties of these drugs, victims often have no memory of an assault, only an awareness or sense that they were violated.” The Creep Alert detects GHB and Ketamine in alcoholic beverages and is a valuable tool to prevent and raise awareness of DFSA.