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Reporting Sexual Misconduct
The following reporting options are available for incidents of sexual misconduct. These options are available at any time, although reporting is encouraged as soon as possible following an incident.
Reporting to the College
We encourage you to report incidents of sexual misconduct to the College so that immediate action can be taken to stop the conduct, prevent its recurrence and address its effects. The following individuals are trained to take reports of sexual misconduct. You may bring someone with you to support you while making a report.
- Title IX Coordinator, Joan Slavin; 847-735-6009; email@example.com
- Public Safety: 847-735-5555
- Office of Student Affairs: 847-735-5200
- Director of Human Resources, Agnes Stepek: 847-735-5036
Other ways to file a report with the College:
- Electronic complaints may be filed by completing this form. This form may be completed anonymously; however, please be advised that the College may be limited in its ability to fully investigate anonymous reports.
- Campus Conduct Hotline, 866-943-5787. You may report by telephone to the campus conduct hotline. Such reports may be anonymous. However, please be advised that the College may be limited in its ability to fully investigate anonymous reports.
Sharing Information with Faculty or Staff
Please note that all College employees, except for those employed in the College’s Health and Wellness Center, are obligated to report sexual misconduct of which they become aware to the College’s Title IX Coordinator. This includes student employees such as resident assistants.
Report to Law Enforcement
Many instances of sexual misconduct may also be crimes. Reporting to law enforcement may allow for a criminal investigation and/or prosecution by the local police and State’s Attorney’s Office. The criminal process is separate from the College reporting process. Information regarding the Illinois Criminal Code and how it pertains to sexual misconduct is located here.
If the incident occurred on campus, the Lake Forest Police Department will have jurisdiction and can be contacted at:
Lake Forest Police Department
255 W. Deerpath Rd.
Lake Forest, IL 60045
If you are participating in the Chicago Loop Program, the Chicago Police Department will have jurisdiction and can be contacted at:
Chicago Police Department
1718 South State Street
Chicago, IL 60616
Please contact the Title IX Coordinator or Public Safety if are unsure where the report crime or require additional assistance.