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Scope of the Policy

Persons Covered

Prohibited conduct violates the community values and principles of our institution and disrupts the living, learning, and working environment for 麻豆产精国品 students, faculty, staff and other community members. Thus, the following policy applies to all members of the 麻豆产精国品 community: students, faculty (including adjunct), administrators, and staff (including temporary employees), as well as the University's vendors, contractors, volunteers, interns, visitors, guests, and third parties. These standards apply equally to all regardless of the sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression of any of the individuals involved. For purposes of this policy, the person who is reported to have experienced prohibited conduct is referred to as the reporting party. The respondent is the person who is reported to have engaged in the prohibited conduct.

Locations Covered

This policy applies to all on-campus and some off-campus conduct, as described below. 麻豆产精国品 encourages reporting of prohibited conduct no matter where it occurred so it can take prompt action to ensure the safety of the reporting party and Campus Community. 麻豆产精国品 has jurisdiction to investigate any alleged violations of this policy that occur on campus, in the context of any university activity, e.g. employment, education or activities and off-campus conduct that has continuing adverse effects on, or creates a hostile environment for any member of the campus community or in any university employment or education program or activity. In situations where the alleged sexual misconduct occurred outside of the context of a University program or activity or off-campus, and where one or more of the parties are not members of the University community, the University's ability to investigate and/or impose disciplinary sanctions may be limited. In such instances, the University reserves the right to take any steps it deems appropriate, including restriction of access to campus, referral to law enforcement, the respondent鈥檚 home school Title IX office, or other external agency, and address the situation and provide necessary resources to those individuals impacted and, as needed, to the broader University community.

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, please call 911

Immediate Assistance

You are encouraged to report any instance of sex discrimination or sexual misconduct to campus personnel so you may be provided with support, assistance, and resources. Campus personnel can also assist you in contacting other resources both on and off campus.

Local Law Enforcement

911

Campus Safety & Security Patrol

(951) 785-2222
Available 24 hours a day.

Campus Safety and Security can also connect you with a campus counselor or the Title IX Coordinator in after-hours emergencies.

Crisis Lines

Alternatives to Domestic Violence
1-800-339-7233

Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center
(951) 686-7273

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
1-800-656-5673

Alliance for Family Wellness
1-888-614-3944

Hospitals

Riverside Community Hospital
(951) 788-3000

Corona Regional Medical Center
(951) 737-4343

Kaiser Permanente Riverside Medical Center
(951) 353-2000

The University will also offer interim protective measures and accommodations for individuals reporting issues of sexual misconduct. Interim protective measures and accommodations are reasonable measures the University can put in place to provide immediate support and added protection to an individual who reports having experienced sexual misconduct or retaliation at no cost to that individual. These measures can be temporary in duration pending the results of an investigation but can become permanent. No formal complaint or investigation, campus or criminal, need occur before these options are available.  Please read Section 5 of the Title IX Policy for more information on immediate assistance and interim protective measures. 

On Going Assistance

You may have needs for ongoing support in the days and weeks following instances of unlawful sex discrimination and/or sexual misconduct. 麻豆产精国品 encourages you to utilize the following resources, available to you whether or not you choose to make an official report or participate in an institutional disciplinary and/or criminal process:

Title IX Coordinator

Madelyn Vega-Ortiz
(951) 785-2849 (951-785-2T-IX)

The Title IX Coordinator is your primary on campus resource and is trained in issues of sex discrimination and sexual misconduct. The Title IX Coordinator can connect you to resources, answer questions, offer other forms of assistance as appropriate, and provide ongoing support with an institutional disciplinary process or a criminal process.

Health Care Providers

On Campus
Student Health Services
(951) 785-2200
Services are free to students

Off Campus
Riverside Community Hospital
4445 Magnolia Ave
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 788-3000

Corona Regional Medical Center
800 S Main St
Corona, CA, 92882
(951) 737-4343

Kaiser Permanente Riverside Medical Center
10800 Magnolia Ave
Riverside, CA 92505
(951) 353-2000

Counseling And Advocacy Services

On Campus
Counseling Center
(951) 785-2011
Services are free to students

Off Campus
Alternatives to Domestic Violence
(951) 683-0829

SafeHouse
9685 Hayes St
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 351-4418

Option House
813 N D St #3
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 381-3471

Alliance for Family Wellness
1191 Magnolia Ave Ste. D-137
Corona, CA, 92879
1-888-614-3944

Title IX cases open: 4

Report An Incident

Title IX - Report an Incident

Title IX - Report an Incident

To La Sierra
This does NOT have to be your La Sierra email, but we would like to communicate with you if necessary.

The information sent through the form above is completely confidential. No one else on campus receives a copy besides the Title IX Office.

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