Follow these steps when someone appears to be vulnerable to sexual violence. At the Arnold Law Office, clients are provided one-on-one representation by me, attorney Jeffrey Arnold.Students who become aware of a threatening situation or potential for violence should contact Campus Security or the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs immediately. A: The report is routed to the campus Title IX Coordinator for review.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.If you have experienced a sexual assault or violence in a dating or intimate relationship, the most important thing you can do is get to a safe place.If you believe you or anyone else is in immediate danger, call 911 as soon as possible.Each region of the College maintains a Regional Title IX Coordinator.
Confidential Employees (coming soon) The College's Title IX Coordinator will be informed of all reports of sexual misconduct, and will oversee the College’s review, investigation, and resolution of those reports to ensure the College’s compliance with Title IX, and related laws, and the effective implementation of the Sexual Misconduct Policy.It is the responsibility of all students to help keep the school safe by monitoring their own behavior and reporting incidents involving other students who exhibit any form of violent or threatening behavior.Determination of physical assault, battery or forcible sex offenses will be grounds for immediate dismissal.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.Under Title IX, discrimination on the basis of sex can include sexual harassment or sexual violence, such as rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, and sexual coercion. § 1681 et seq.) requires schools that receive federal financial assistance to take necessary steps to prevent sexual assault on their campuses, and to respond promptly and effectively when an assault is reported. Click here to view Annual Security Reports by campus.