UNC is committed to providing students who experience sexual assault, sexual violence, interpersonal violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, and other forms of sexual or gender-based harassment or discrimination, with the support and resources they need. This page outlines the options a person has for reporting an incident to the University and/or to law enforcement. If you are looking for information about getting support for an incident, please click here for support options. To download a comprehensive brochure, please click here: Resources Reporting Options – May 2014
UNC encourages students, staff and faculty to report sexual assault, sexual violence, interpersonal violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, and other forms of sexual or gender-based harassment or discrimination. UNC provides multiple reporting options so that individuals can choose the reporting option that is most accessible and comfortable to him/her/hir. Please see below for more information about these reporting options. The University also encourages all individuals to seek assistance from a medical provider immediately after an incident of sexual violence. The University can assist students with making a police report and will provide transportation to the hospital or police department. For more information about reporting to the police, please click here.
Reporting to the University:
The Title IX Coordinator (Howie Kallem, firstname.lastname@example.org, 919-445-1577) oversees the university’s centralized reporting process. Students can report any incident of sexual assault, sexual harassment or interpersonal violence directly to him or to the Deputy Title IX Coordinator (Ew Quimbaya-Winship, email@example.com, 919-843-3878). While the University encourages reporting soon after an incident occurs, there is no deadline for making report. A student can always make a report to the University or to local law enforcement.
Anonymous Reporting: A student can submit anonymous reports any time through the Office of the Dean of Students (form found here) or through the Department of Public Safety’s “Silent Witness” website.
Judicial Reports: A student may also consider civil legal action (through the courts) to obtain a civil no-contact order or other redress.