Filing a Sexual Misconduct/Title IX Report
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Who can report sexual misconduct?
Any member of the community can. Lawrence University takes all violations of Title IX seriously and therefore encourages any member of the community who has experienced sexual misconduct to report the incident to the Title IX Coordinator.
Who must report sexual misconduct?
Faculty, coaches, residence hall directors and RLAs, administrators, supervisory staff, campus safety officers, and human resources personnel are considered responsible employees who must report sexual misconduct to the Title IX coordinator. (If unsure about reporting, e-mail Title IX Coordinator Natasha K. Aguilera Wiebusch at email@example.com)
The campus advocate, counselors, health care workers, and SHARE confidential resources are considered confidential sources who are not required to report sexual misconduct but may do so with the permission of the person who disclosed the misconduct.
What happens to the report once it is is filed?
The Title IX Coordinator keeps reports private and secure. Information in reports is used to monitor potential threats to campus safety and to take steps to promote a safer environment. Reports are not formally investigated unless they indicate a pattern, predator, threats, violence, or weapons.
To help you navigate and understand the process, below is the Title IX Reporting process (PDF is also attached below)
Directions to Mandated Reporters
If a Lawrence student, faculty or staff member, or visitor describes incidents that could be considered sexual harassment, assault, or exploitation:
1. Offer to listen and help. Say that you will report the misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator, and explain the purpose and privacy of these reports. If possible:
- Show the person the SHARE website. The website has emergency contacts and other resources, the full text of the sexual misconduct policy, and a list of confidential SHARE advocates.
- Connect the person with a SHARE confidential resource or Campus Advocate. Both are confidential resources that can help the person get emotional support, counseling, or medical care; arrange for protection or academic accommodations; seek an educational intervention; file a formal complaint; or contact law enforcement.
2. Fill out the form below. Click "submit" to send the report to the Title IX Coordinator.
Please contact the Title IX coordinator if you have problems with the form. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.