Title IX - The University of Tulsa-比较好的网赌软件

Title IX Coordinator

Kathleen Smith

Location

Fisher West

Room 203A

Phone

918-631-2321

1972年《比较好的网赌软件》第九条禁止在大学的教育项目和活动中存在性别歧视. 最靠谱的网赌软件致力于为其社区的所有成员提供一个包容和欢迎的教育和工作环境. The University prohibits sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking. These behaviors are harmful to the well-being of our community members and our learning and working relationships. 对于此类被禁止行为的投诉或报告,大学将采取旨在停止和消除此类被禁止行为的措施, prevent the recurrence of the prohibited conduct, and remedy any adverse effects of such conduct on campus or in University educational programs or activities.

This site contains information for students, staff and faculty regarding Title IX resources and support services, policies, procedures, education and prevention programming at the university.

  • Title IX Coordinator

    Kathleen Smith is the Title IX Coordinator at The University of Tulsa. 她负责协调大学努力遵守并履行《比较好的网赌软件》规定的机构职责, including promptly, thoroughly and equitably resolving reports of sexual misconduct to eliminate sexual or gender-based discrimination, prevent its recurrence, and remedy its effects. Reports or complaints of sexual or gender-based misconduct, or questions about 最靠谱的网赌软件’s policies, procedures, resources or programs, may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator.

  • Reporting Options

    Students who have experienced, witnessed or have become aware of an incident of alleged sexual or gender-based misconduct have many options, including speaking with a Confidential Resource (see below), filing a report with the university, and filing a criminal complaint with police. Deciding among these options may be difficult, 比较好的网赌软件鼓励学生在决定是否以及如何进行之前,先从保密资源中寻求信息.

    Confidential Resources

    涂大为那些不愿正式向学校报告性行为或性别不当行为的学生提供了一些机密资源. The below services are available to students and will not result in a report being made to the Title IX Coordinator. 当学生不确定是否要向学校报告(或是否准备报告)性行为或基于性别的不端行为时,学校鼓励他们利用保密资源.

    • Counseling and Psychological Services: 918-631-2200
    • Alexander Health Clinic: 918-631-2200
    • On-Campus Survivor Advocate: 918-631-2965
    • 校内神职人员和牧师可致电918-631-2546查询校内事工和教会名单, visit www.hjc0531.com/campus-ministries.

    Reporting to the University

    Students are encouraged to report sexual or gender-based misconduct directly to the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator, but may also report to any university employee who, in turn, will notify the Title IX Coordinator.

    University employees (with the exception of confidential resources) are mandated reporters and are required to disclose all details of a report (including the reporting party’s name) to the Title IX Coordinator.

    Alternately, students may submit an anonymous report directly to the Title IX Coordinator by using the University’s online reporting platform, CaneCares. When using CaneCares, a student may report as few or as many details as they prefer and may withhold identifying information. Anonymous reports may limit the university’s ability to respond to the report.

    Upon receipt of a report of sexual or gender-based misconduct, the Title IX Coordinator will: ascertain immediate safety needs of the reporting party and the campus community; advise the reporting party of their Title IX rights; connect the reporting party to requested campus and community resources; confirm whether the reporting party wishes to pursue or participate in a formal complaint against the accused; and determine whether the university has disciplinary jurisdiction over the accused.

    Reporting Externally

    The University process is separate and independent from the criminal process. Students are encouraged to file a report with police which will likely lead to a criminal investigation. If you would like support in notifying law enforcement authorities, University staff will assist you in doing so. You also have the option to decline notifying law enforcement.

    学生可以通过拨打911(紧急)或918-596-9222(非紧急)直接向塔尔萨警察局报案。.

    Students may also report instances of sex and gender based discrimination directly to the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights at 1-800-421-3481 or by email to OCR@ed.gov.

  • Medical Care

    If you’ve been sexually assaulted or experienced sexual violence, medical care may treat or prevent illness or injury. It is also an important way to preserve evidence, if you decide to press charges or to obtain assistance in applying for a protection order.

    For emergency care, contact 911 or Campus Security at 918-631-5555.  To set up an exam with a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE), contact Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS) at 918-743-5763.  The Title IX Coordinator and Survivor Advocate (保密)在工作时间可以帮助学生预约护士或回答有关考试的问题.

  • Support Services

    The University is committed to providing ongoing support to students in connection with their experience, such as academic accommodations, housing modifications, employment modifications, free confidential counseling/psychological support, and access to free or low-cost healthcare options. Support Services are available to you even if you decide not to move forward with a formal complaint.

    Questions about a particular support service or student accommodation request may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator.

  • Callisto

    We are excited to announce the launch of a new, free campus resource to support survivors of sexual assault, Callisto. Callisto is a nonprofit organization and third-party resource that seeks to combat sexual assault, support survivors, and advance justice through technology. 该组织的存在是为了解决一个严重的问题——90%的袭击是由惯犯犯下的,而连环罪犯在大学毕业前平均袭击6次. Callisto offers three signature services to support and empower survivors and hold perpetrators accountable including:

    · Record. 一种加密的、有时间标记的电子记录表格,幸存者可以在决定下一步行动时,私下保存袭击的细节.

    · Match. 幸存者可以通过在卡利斯托的匹配系统中输入罪犯的唯一识别码来了解其他人是否被同一罪犯伤害过. When a “Match” is detected, survivors are able to meet with a Legal Options Counselor who can provide up to 10 hours of free legal counseling.

    · Options. 卡利斯托的网站提供了关于幸存者可以采取的一系列选择的一般信息,并为盟友提供额外的资源.

    You are not alone. Callisto is ready to serve you whenever you are ready to explore what healing and justice means for you, if ever.

    Remember, Callisto is a free resource for you. You can create an account today with the use of your .edu email address. 进入系统的任何信息大学或卡利斯托的员工都无法通过他们最先进的加密软件获取.

    Finally, allies are a key part of support for survivors. Callisto offers a really awesome guide designed especially for you, to help you support survivors post-assault/disclosure. Check out their Allies’ Guide here.

    The University of Tulsa is excited to announce the launch of Callisto, a free, third-party sexual assault prevention and protection resource for students. Callisto is a nonprofit organization that seeks to combat sexual assault and support survivors, and advance justice through technology. 卡利斯托在线平台允许学生创建一个加密的电子记录,以私人存储事件的细节,同时他们决定下一步该做什么. If they choose to do so, survivors can also enter information about a perpetrator into a Matching System. If a “match” with another system entry is detected, 幸存者可以联系到法律选择顾问,他可以提供长达10小时的免费保密法律咨询. Callisto’s website also contains information on a range of options for survivors and an Allies’ Guide, designed to help others support

    No information entered into the system is accessible to the University or Callisto staff, and the University is not notified when an account is created or when survivors update their accounts. University officials are also not notified if a match occurs. 

    You can create an account today with the use of your @www.hjc0531.com email address.

  • Internal Grievance Procedures

    The University of Tulsa is committed to providing a prompt, fair and impartial response to reports of Sex Discrimination pursuant to the University’s Title IX Policy. 大学处理性别歧视正式投诉的程序基于公平和对各方的支持,包括程序保护,确保通知和有意义的参与机会.

    Formal Complaints against students are addressed with reference to the Title IX Student Procedures. Formal Complaints against staff and faculty members are resolved with reference to the Title IX Employee Procedures.

    Conduct not specifically prohibited by the Title IX Policy may implicate other University policies and regulations. The University retains discretion to utilize other applicable policies and regulations, as appropriate.

  • Education and Prevention

    大学致力于在整个学年为校园社区提供各种项目,教育人们认识和预防性骚扰和基于性别的不当行为.

    In addition to Violence Prevention Programming, the University educates students, staff, and faculty on Title IX rights and responsibilities, the sex discrimination reporting process, internal grievance procedures, as well as campus and community resources. To schedule a training, please contact the Title IX Coordinator.

  • Faculty Resources

    Unless specifically exempted, 所有员工——包括所有教职员工——都必须按照学校的规定,向第九条协调员报告实际存在的或疑似的性别歧视或性骚扰 Sex Discrimination Reporting Policy and federal law.

    You may find it useful to provide language in syllabi to reflect your role as a mandatory reporter (see below). 这可以帮助学生做出明智的决定,与您和其他工作人员分享他们的个人经历.

    You may also decide it is beneficial to review your role as a mandated reporter during the first day of class, to be transparent with students. If a student later discloses an incident of sexual or gender-based misconduct to you, you may review your role with the student again and continue to develop a trusting and supportive relationship, while upholding University policy and best practices.

    Model Language – Reporting Requirements

    “As a faculty member at The University of Tulsa, I am committed to facilitating a safe and inclusive learning environment for students. I also have mandatory reporting responsibilities. It is my goal that you feel able to share information related to your experiences during class discussions, in your written work or in meetings with me. I will keep the information you share with me as private as possible; however, as part of my job responsibilities, I am required to share information about sexual misconduct with the Title IX Coordinator. 学生可以通过致电918-631-2200咨询和心理服务中心或918-743-5763 24/7家庭暴力干预服务倡导热线私下与他人交谈.”

    Model Language – Title IX Syllabi Language

    1972年教育修正案第九条(“第九条”)禁止不当性行为,最靠谱的网赌软件社区内不允许.  Sexual misconduct encompasses all forms of sex and gender-based discrimination, harassment, abuse, violence, and assault, as well as unwelcome sexual conduct, dating violence, domestic violence, interpersonal violence, stalking, sexual coercion, exploitation and any act of retaliation based on a complaint of sexual misconduct.  If you or someone you know has experienced any of these prohibited acts, or if you have questions about violence prevention resources available to you, please contact any of the following campus and community resources:

    Title IX Coordinator 918-631-2321

    Survivor Advocate 918-631-2965
    Office of Violence Prevention 918-631-2324
    最靠谱的网赌软件 Counseling and Psychological Services 918- 631-2241
    Campus Security 918-631-5555
    Domestic Violence Intervention Services 918-585-3163 or 918-743-5763
    Tulsa Police Department 918-596-9222 or 911 (emergency situations)

    For more information about your rights under Title IX, please visit our Policies and Laws page on the 最靠谱的网赌软件 website or contact the Title IX Coordinator. Every student on our campus has the right to resources. Please come forward and ask questions, report, and help us eradicate sexual misconduct by stopping the silence surrounding it.”

  • Title IX Decision Maker Training