This form is not a police report. No investigation will be done unless you formally contact the police. Anonymous reports help the University be aware of victimization on campus and assist in creating statistical information which helps with prevention efforts. If you have been victimized, please feel free to fill out this form, even if you are not sure it is a crime. If you are not comfortable talking to the police or other campus officials, submitting an anonymous report allows you to document what happened and helps the University work to make the campus safer. It also provides a record of the incident if you later decide to report it to the police or other campus officials. Anonymous reports do not include any identifiable information about you, but include specific information about the assault. You should remember, however, that this does not mean you have submitted a police report.
If you would like to make a report please fill out and submit the following form. You do not have to fully complete all areas of the form if you are not comfortable doing so. The more information we have, however, the better we are able to work to prevent future victimization.
Free and confidential services are available for survivors. If you have any questions about the reporting process or wish to learn more about services, please contact the Transformation Project at 425-5605. All services are free and confidential.