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Sexual Misconduct Resources and Support Services

 

Complaint Form

You may report a violation of the Title IX and Sex Discrimination Policy to a designated university official or by completing the online form linked below:

Campus Security

Illinois

Florida

Security from on-campus phone
Ext. 311

Security Cell Phone
(630) 927-9957

SPC Security Dispatch
(727) 791-2560

Title IX Officials and Contact Information

This policy covers complaints of alleged sexual misconduct by NUHS students, employees, and third-party vendors. If you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual misconduct by a member of the University community, you are encouraged to report such misconduct to the:

Title IX Coordinator: Tracy McHugh, Vice President for Administrative Services
Phone: (630) 889-6605
Email: tmchugh@scoopreprintsource.com
Office: Executive Offices located in Janse Hall (Illinois site)
天天色综合,天天干影视 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, CST

天天色综合,天天干影视The university has also assigned four Deputy Title IX Coordinators to receive Sexual Misconduct complaints and conduct investigations under the supervision of the Title IX Coordinator. They are:

NUHS Confidential Advisor:
Erin Myover-Piotrowski, Student Services Coordinator (Illinois Site)
Phone: (630) 889-6548
Email: emyover@scoopreprintsource.com
Office: Janse Hall 2nd floor, Student Services Area

Role of a Confidential Advisor:

A confidential advisor is a designated individual who has been trained to aid a person of the NUHS community that has experienced sexual misconduct as a confidential resource. Communications with the confidential advisor will be kept confidential in all circumstances, except where disclosures under state and federal laws are mandated. This individual has undergone appropriate training in compliance with the Illinois Preventing Violence Act and is required to report non-identifiable information to the Title IX Coordinator, in order to ensure statistics are reported in an accurate and timely manner.

天天色综合,天天干影视The confidential advisor, as appropriate and after receiving written permission from the survivor, may serve as a liaison between the survivor and local law enforcement, the survivor and the Title IX Coordinator, assist in securing reasonable accommodations or interim measures and may accompany the survivor during the NUHS informal or formal resolution processes.

The confidential advisor will provide the survivor with the following resources:

  • 'Survivor Rights' under Illinois or Florida law
  • Information on protective orders and civil no contact orders
  • Local and government crisis and counseling resources
  • Local law enforcement contact information
  • NUHS Sexual Misconduct Policy
  • How to make a report of sexual misconduct at NUHS

Responsible Employees:

Any NUHS employee (Illinois or Florida site) other than the Title IX Coordinator, Title IX Deputy Coordinators or the designated Confidential Advisor for the Illinois site is considered a Responsible Employee. The Office of Civil Rights defines responsible employees as any employee who:

(a) has the authority to take action to redress sexual harassment/misconduct;

天天色综合,天天干影视(b) who has been given the duty of reporting incidents of sexual harassment/misconduct or any other misconduct by students to the Title IX Coordinator or other appropriate designee; (c) who a student reasonably believes has the authority or duty.

NUHS understands that a student, employee. or third party may choose to make a report to an NUHS Responsible Employee for various reasons. That person may have limited interaction with NUHS employees, may have developed a professional relationship with a particular employee and feels comfortable bringing forward his/her concern, may need immediate attention and interacts with the first employee they encounter, or may not know where a complaint should be filed.

It is important to recognize that any person making a complaint to a Responsible Employee is not making a "confidential" complaint, but instead a complaint that will be kept "private" and shared with the Title IX Coordinator as soon as possible.

Bystander Intervention:

天天色综合,天天干影视A bystander is any person who is present at an event or incident but does NOT take part. Bystander Intervention involves developing the awareness, skills, and courage needed to intervene in a situation when someone needs help. It allows individuals to send powerful messages about what is acceptable and expected behavior at NUHS.

天天色综合,天天干影视The 5 Step Decision-Making Model:

  1. Notice the Event.
  2. Interpret the Event as a problem.
  3. Take personal responsibility to intervene.
  4. Decide how you are going to intervene.
  5. Decide to intervene.

Rules and Tips for Bystander Intervention:

  • Do NOT put yourself at risk.
  • Do NOT make the situation worse.
  • Intervene at the earliest point possible.
  • Look for early warning signs of trouble.
  • Intervening does not always mean confronting.
  • Ask for help!

天天色综合,天天干影视3 "Ds" of Bystander Intervention:

Direct:
天天色综合,天天干影视 Directly intervening, in the moment, to prevent a problem situation from happening.

Delegate:
Seeking help from another individual, often someone who is authorized to represent others, such as a
天天色综合,天天干影视 police officer or campus official.

Distract:
Interrupting the situation without directly confronting the offender.

Through the collective efforts of the NUHS community, we can continue to ensure a safe learning environment and workplace!

Resources

For information about complaint management for victims, see Title IX and Sex Discrimination Policy.

Further information about Title IX and sex discrimination in education is available from the Office of Civil Rights, 400 Maryland Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20202-1100 (by Customer Service Hotline: 800-421-3481; fax: 202-453-6012; TDD: 877-521-2172; email: OCR@ed.gov; or on the web, at ).

NUHS strictly prohibits retaliation against any individual who brings a good faith complaint under this policy or participates in any portion of a Title IX investigation. Retaliatory conduct violates not only the university's Non-Retaliation Policy天天色综合,天天干影视 and Title IX, but may also violate state and federal law.

Resources for Victims of Sexual Misconduct

Download printable version of Title IX Overview and Resources

The university urges anyone who has been sexually assaulted to seek support as soon as possible to minimize and treat physical harm, assist with processing the unique and complex emotional aftermath, and help preserve and understand options for pressing charges. Even for someone who does not wish to report the event to the police or pursue disciplinary action, seeking medical attention as soon as possible is important. At any point that an individual is ready to come forward, the university is prepared to help hthem.

天天色综合,天天干影视NUHS has created brochures with contact information and bystander intervention tips to assist the NUHS community:

Survivor's Rights

  • To receive concise information regarding crime victim's rights:
    • Illinois Victim's Rights can be found at:
    • Florida Survivor's Rights can be found at:
  • To report or not report the alleged incident to NUHS or law enforcement.
  • To request NUHS to assist you in contacting local law enforcement.
  • To make a confidential report to the NUHS confidential advisor and/or Title IX coordinator.
  • To make a confidential report to a mental health counselor or clergy.
  • To request NUHS provide you with interim protective measures.
  • To receive a resolution complaint summary from NUHS through the NUHS Title IX and Sex Discrimination Policy found at:
    scoopreprintsource.com/extras/policies/Title_IX_and_Sex_Discrimination_Policy.pdf
  • To request NUHS assist you in seeking assistance through community-based, state, and national sexual assault crisis centers referenced below in the resource section and receive that information within 12 hours of filing a complaint.
  • To receive free medical forensic exams at the hospitals located below:
    • Good Samaritan Hospital, 3815 Highland Ave, Downers Grove, IL 60515 - (630) 275-5900
    • St. Petersburg Hospital, 6500 28th Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33710 - (727) 384-1414

Campus Security

Illinois

Florida

Security from
on-campus phone
Ext. 311

Security Cell Phone
天天色综合,天天干影视 (630) 927-9957

Security from
on­-campus phone
Ext. 2560

Security Office
天天色综合,天天干影视 (727) 791-2560

Police (Non-Emergency)

Illinois

Florida

Lombard, IL
Police Department
(630) 620-5955

DuPage County, IL
Sheriff's Office
天天色综合,天天干影视 (630) 682-7256

Pinellas Park, FL
Police Department
天天色综合,天天干影视 (727) 541-0758

Pinellas County, FL
Sheriff's Office
天天色综合,天天干影视 (727) 582-6200

Rape Crisis, Sexual Assault, Sexual Abuse

Illinois

Florida

National

IL Coalition Against Sexual Assault
(217) 753‐4117

Rape Victim Advocates
(312) 443‐9603

Suncoast Center
(727) 530-7273

FL Council Against Sexual Violence
(850) 297‐2000

National Sexual Assault Hotline
1-800-656-4673

Center for Disease Control & Prevention
1-800-232-4636

AIDS National Hotline
天天色综合,天天干影视 1-800-342-2437

Sexual and Domestic Abuse Outreach and Advocacy

Illinois

Florida

National

Family Shelter Services
(630) 221-8290

Prairie Center Against Sexual Assault
(217) 753-8081

Suncoast Center Abuse Hotline
1-800-962-2873

FL Council Against Sexual Violence
(850) 297‐2000

FL Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-500-1119

National Sexual Violence Center
1-877-739-3895

National Domestic Violence Helpline
1-800-799-7233

National Resources Center for Child Protective Services
(704) 845-2121

Stalking Resources

Illinois

Florida

National

Illinois Stalking Law:

Florida Stalking Law:

National Stalking Resource Center
(202) 467-8700

Counseling and Mental Health Services

Illinois

Florida

National

DuPage County Crisis Intervention Unit
(630) 627-1700

NAMI of DuPage County
(630) 752-0066

IL Health & Human Services Helpline
1-800-843-6154

YWCA Metropolitan Chicago
(630) 971-3927

Suncoast Center
(727) 388-1220

University of South Florida Psychological Services Center
(813) 974-2496

National Alliance on Mental Health
1-800-950-6264

Victims' Rights and Resources

National

The National Center for Victims of Crime
(202) 467-8700

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Responsible Employees

Any NUHS employee (Illinois or Florida site) other than the Title IX Coordinator, Title IX Deputy Coordinators or the designated Confidential Advisor for the Illinois site is considered a Responsible Employee. The Office of Civil Rights defines responsible employees as any employee who:

天天色综合,天天干影视(a) has the authority to take action to redress sexual harassment/misconduct;

(b) who has been given the duty of reporting incidents of sexual harassment/misconduct or any other misconduct by students to the Title IX Coordinator or other appropriate designee;

天天色综合,天天干影视(c) who a student reasonably believes has the authority or duty.

NUHS understands that a student, employee or third party may choose to make a report to an NUHS Responsible Employee for various reasons. That person may have limited interaction with NUHS employees, may have developed a professional relationship with a particular employee and feels comfortable bringing forward his/her concern, may need immediate attention and interacts with the first employee they encounter, or may not know where a complaint should be filed.

It is important to recognize that any person making a complaint to a Responsible Employee is not making a "confidential" complaint, but instead a complaint that will be kept "private" and shared with the Title IX Coordinator as soon as possible. If you receive a complaint, please notify the Title IX Coordinator via phone (630-889-6607) or email (tmchugh@scoopreprintsource.com) immediately.天天色综合,天天干影视 If the Title IX Coordinator is not available, please notify campus security immediately (630-927-9957).

NUHS has developed several resources a responsible employee may wish to refer to when receiving a complaint.

It is important to recognize that any person making a complaint to a Responsible Employee is not making a "confidential" complaint, but instead a complaint that will be kept "private" and shared with the Title IX Coordinator as soon as possible.

Policy

For more information about the NUHS policy against sexual discrimination and complaint management for victims, see Title IX and Sex Discrimination Policy.

NUHS Title IX Statement Against Sex Discrimination

NUHS is committed to providing equal access to educational and employment opportunities regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity status, or ancestry. As required by Title IX and its implementing regulations, NUHS does not discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation or gender identity status in its educational programs and activities. In addition, NUHS is committed to providing an environment free of sexual harassment and will not tolerate sexual harassment activity by any NUHS employee, student or third party (including individuals conducting business with NUHS). If you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual misconduct by a member of the NUHS community, you are encouraged to report such misconduct immediately. NUHS will act promptly and impartially to address claims of sexual misconduct and discrimination in order to remedy the potential effects.

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Statement

NUHS prohibits the offenses of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking, as defined by federal law, applicable local state laws and NUHS policy, and reaffirms its commitment to maintain a campus environment emphasizing the dignity and worth of all members of the NUHS community.

Clery Act Statement

天天色综合,天天干影视NUHS complies with its obligations pursuant to the Clery Act. NUHS' Combined Report: Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report can be found under the consumer information section of the NUHS website.

天天色综合,天天干影视Under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics act, the following personnel are authorized to receive criminal complaints:

Illinois:天天色综合,天天干影视 NUHS Security Officers are authorized to receive criminal complaints, as well as any NUHS employee. If a report is received by any person other than an NUHS Security Officer, it is the responsibility of that employee to immediately notify the NUHS Security Officer on duty as soon as possible.

Florida: St. Petersburg College (SPC) Security Officers are authorized to receive criminal complaints, as well as any NUHS employee. If a report is received by any person other than an SPC Security Officer, it is the responsibility of that employee to immediately notify the SPC Security Officer on duty as soon as possible.