Mandatory Reporting

CHAPTER 36

WHAT TO REPORT:

  • Any university employee that either witnesses or receives a report of a sexual assault of a student

HOW TO REPORT:

MORE INFORMATION:

EXECUTIVE ORDER 54

WHAT TO REPORT:

  • Any incident or threat of child abuse or neglect with reasonable cause to believe the abuse or neglect has occurred or will occur

HOW TO REPORT:

  • Contact your local Child Protective Services or law enforcement agency. If suspected offender is an employee of UW-Madison, also notify the Office for Equity and Diversity

MORE INFORMATION:

UW-Madison employees who have been identified as Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) based on criteria provided by the US Dept. of Education. CSAs are notified of their status.

WHAT TO REPORT:

Certain crimes disclosed by anyone, regardless of when it occurred, if the crime occurred on-campus, on public property next to campus, on property owned or controlled by UW-Madison not near campus, or on property owned or controlled by a registered student organization

HOW TO REPORT:

Use online report form and contact the Clery Program with questions

MORE INFORMATION:

UWPD: Clery Act webpage

UW-Madison employees who have been identified as Responsible Employees (REs) in campus policy. REs are notified of their status.

WHAT TO REPORT:

A violation of the UW-Madison Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Policy (i.e. gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, related retaliation)

HOW TO REPORT:

Use online report form and contact the Title IX Program with questions

MORE INFORMATION:

UW-Madison Policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence

WHO Reports:

All UW employees (no exceptions)

WHAT to Report:

Any incident or threat of child abuse or neglect with reasonable cause to believe the abuse or neglect has occurred or will occur

HOW to Report:

Contact your local Child Protective Services or law enforcement agency. If suspected offender is an employee of UW-Madison, also notify the Office for Equity and Diversity

More Information:

UWPD: Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect website

WHO Reports:

UW-Madison employees who have been identified as Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) based on criteria provided by the US Dept. of Education. CSAs are notified of their status.

WHAT to Report:

Certain crimes disclosed by anyone, regardless of when it occurred, if the crime occurred on-campus, on public property next to campus, on property owned or controlled by UW-Madison not near campus, or on property owned or controlled by a registered student organization

HOW to Report:

Use online report form and contact the Clery Program with questions

More Information:

UWPD: Clery Act webpage

WHO Reports:

All UW employees (no exceptions)

WHAT to Report:

A disclosure from a UW-Madison student that the student has been sexually assaulted; or witnessed a sexual assault of a student

HOW to Report:

Use online report form and contact the Title IX Program with questions

More Information:

Wisconsin Statues: Chapter 36

WHO Reports:

UW-Madison employees who have been identified as Responsible Employees (REs) in campus policy. REs are notified of their status

WHAT to Report:

A violation of the UW-Madison Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Policy (i.e. gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, related retaliation)

HOW to Report:

Use online report form and contact the Title IX Program with questions

More Information:

UW-Madison Policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence