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Can I request a training for a particular group or individual and how do I go about it?
Inquiries regarding training should be directed to the Title IX & Bias Response Office (T9BR) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each training request will be documented for data collection purposes. T9BR, in conjunction with community partners, will strive to fulfill training requests subject to staff availability.
Is there a time limit for making a report?
There is no time limit for making a report. The Institute encourages reporting an incident as soon as possible in order to maximize our ability to respond promptly and effectively. The Institute may not be able to take action against individuals who are no longer students, but it will still seek to develop a response plan designed to maintain a reasonably safe and non-discriminatory environment.
Will the accused student/student group see the report?
Incident reports involving students or student organizations will be kept confidential. Only those who need to know will be informed, such as members of the BRT or Community Partners with expertise in the relevant area(s)If a complaint is initiated with the Committee on Discipline (COD), the accused student or student organization will have access to redacted copies of all relevant materials submitted, including the report.
Does the BRT force reporting/impacted parties to share their experience with the Institute or pressure a student to pursue disciplinary action?
No, the student always retains control over who to talk to and what level of information to share. Students are not pressured to file a complaint with the Committee on Discipline (COD).