Follow these steps when someone appears to be vulnerable to sexual violence.
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Regional Title IX Coordinators will work with the College Title IX Coordinator to ensure that the appropriate designated College officials are involved in investigating and adjudicating complaints according to this Sexual Misconduct Policy and other applicable College policies and procedures.
Regional Title IX Coordinators will work with the College Title IX Coordinator to ensure that adequate education, training, sanctions, and appropriate resources are available and provided in their respective regions.
Sexual misconduct, which includes sexual assault and other forms of sexual violence, including dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking, is never ok, and it is never your fault when it happens to you.
If you experience sexual violence or relationship violence of any kind, it’s important to get help as soon as possible.
Students can also utilize the incident report form via My Ivy or directly at ivytech.edu/incident. The College will address all reports of sexual misconduct in a manner fitting the information that is shared.
The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus Sa VE) The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus Sa VE) was enacted in March 2013, and amends the Jeanne Clery Act, creating additional protections for victims of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, as well as creating more prescriptive requirements for prevention and awareness programs related to these offenses.
We encourage you to protect yourself and others whenever possible.
Most Ivy Tech employees are either required or encouraged to report incidents of sexual harassment, gender-based harassment or sexual violence when they become aware of those incidents.
There are other employees, "Confidential Employees," specifically trained to offer support to victims who may be consulted and who will keep information confidential, except in cases of immediate risk of harm to the community.
If you are a person who believes they have experienced sexual misconduct by a current Ivy Tech Community College student, faculty, or staff member, you may, if you choose, file a complaint to initiate an adjudication process. Can I talk to someone about my questions without providing details about the information I’m considering reporting? The Title IX Coordinator would be happy to speak with you to answer all of your questions.