Mandatory Reporting

All Title IX Program staff are currently working remotely, but are available via email and phone. Please reference the “Who We Are” link above for staff contact information. If you need to report sexual misconduct, please use the “Report an Incident” button below and someone will respond to you within one business day.

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

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 of Youth Protection & Compliance.

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

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

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 of Youth Protection & Compliance.

More Information:

Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect

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