Reporting and Resources | Office of Violence Prevention
There are multiple methods for reporting Sexual Misconduct including, but not limited to, the University Title IX Coordinator, law enforcement, to both, or to neither. These reporting options are not exclusive. A Reporting Party may simultaneously pursue criminal and disciplinary action. The University will support Reporting Parties in understanding, assessing and pursuing these options.
All University employees have a duty to report actual or suspected Sexual Misconduct to appropriate officials, though there are some limited exceptions, which are identified in this policy. Employees with a duty to report must share all details of the reports they receive with the Title IX Coordinator and/or Deputy Title IX Coordinator(s).
For any report under this policy, every effort will be made to respect and safeguard the privacy interests of all individuals involved in a manner consistent with the need for a careful assessment of the allegation and any steps necessary to eliminate the conduct, prevent its recurrence, and address its effects. Privacy and confidentiality have distinct meanings under this policy.
Students can talk to a confidential resource about an incident of sexual misconduct whether or not they decide to make an official report, to participate in the University Title IX process, or to engage with the criminal justice system.
On-campus confidential reporting
Off-campus confidential reporting
Any university faculty or staff member, apart from those listed as confidential reporters, must take the information provided to them and report it to the Title IX Coordinator. Once reported, involved parties may be contacted by title IX and will be provided with all options as to how to proceed.
- Any University staff
- Title IX Coordinator
- Office of Violence Prevention
- Public Safety
- Waukesha Police Department
In addition to taking reports and leading the investigative process for instances of alleged sexual misconduct, the Title IX Coordinator may assist with no-contact orders, campus restrictions, housing accommodations and more. See the Title IX page for more information.
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program - Free and confidential (no bill to insurance)
Learn more about what is included in a SANE medical exam after a sexual assault.
Waukesha Memorial Hospital
Sherry Berg | Sherry.Berg@phci.org | 262.928.2477
725 American Ave, Waukesha, WI 53188
Froedtert Moorland Reserve
4805 S Moorland Rd, New Berlin, WI 53151
Aurora Sinai Medical Center
Laura Kollatz | email@example.com | 414.219.5555
945 N 12th St., Milwaukee, WI 53233
Deb Donovan RN, SANE | firstname.lastname@example.org | 262.836.8257
9200 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53226
You may receive a free ride to Waukesha Memorial Hospital with the Carroll University Shuttle Service | 262.524.RIDE (7433).
You may receive a free ride to any healthcare provider in Waukesha County through Mobile Victim Assistance | 262.548.7909.
Safety Planning is not always a one-time conversation. The Office of Violence Prevention can help connect students to on and off campus resources to assist in the planning process.
- Initial conversations should address immediate safety needs. Over time, new concerns may arise that require adjusting the safety plan. For many survivors of sexual trauma, enhancing emotional, mental, physical, and economic safety will be a consideration for years after the assault. At any time a survivor may modify their safety plans.
- Survivors may need assistance in implementing their safety plans. This may include the survivor considering whether to alert a faculty member, coach, work supervisor, RA, OM, or anyone else who might be able to assist in implementing the safety plan. It is important to understand the options available and the safety plan the survivor decides upon.