Non-consensual sexual penetration or contact, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking are crimes.
Individuals are encouraged, but not required, to report these crimes to the police. The Department of Public Safety and the Title IX Coordinator will assist individuals wishing to make a report to the police. A police report must be made before a criminal prosecution can be considered by the local State’s Attorney’s Office. The chances of successful prosecution are greater if the report to the police is timely. Law enforcement can also assist in implementing emergency protective restraining orders.
If the incident occurred on campus, the Lake Forest Police Department has jurisdiction and can be contacted at:
Lake Forest Police Department
255 W. Deerpath Rd., Lake Forest, IL 60045
847-234-2601 (non-emergency), 911 (emergency)
For incidents in Chicago, contact:
Chicago Police Department
1718 South State Street, Chicago, IL 60616
312-745-4290 (non-emergency), 911 (emergency)
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If you are in an emergency situation, dial 911 for local, non-college law enforcement and medical assistance. You may also dial the College’s Public Safety Department at 847.735.5555 (on-campus at 5555) to connect you to the local police.