Secondly, what needs to be fundamentally questioned is why is the institution’s honour attached to an individual’s criminal activity after all? Of course a school with bad teachers or students is not going to earn a good reputation, but an institution’s reputation is based on its official positions and not the bad reputation of its teachers or students. In other words, what the institution does and how it addresses a problem including individual or group aggression, violence or crime is what earns and breaks its reputation. By siding with the criminal in suppressing the crime and silencing the survivor, the institution is more likely to lose its prestige than consolidate it. Therefore, a fair trial is not only necessary for the purposes of justice, but also to establish the institution’s commitment to its members’ safety and well-being. For no reasoning is an individual expected to be a member of an institution that participates in violence against herself.