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Rape and dating violence

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Harassment violates the College’s policy if it occurs because of a person’s gender, race, religion, color, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veteran’s status, or any other classification protected by law.Any who engages in any form of unlawful harassment will be disciplined.

You should then obtain necessary medical treatment, if required.Wayne Community College complies with the Higher Education Opportunity Act requirement that it disclose campus crime statistics and security information. Department of Education and are published for the campus community.That information is collected, classified, and counted and is available for public inspection in the WCC Campus Police Department. The latest Campus Safety and Security Report is distributed to current students and employees, is made available to potential students and empleoyees, and is posted on the college website.• Seek counseling, health, mental health, victim advocacy, legal assistance and other services available on and off campus. Sexual harassment or sexual violence can also be reported to the college’s or to a Responsible Employee.A college representative from the Office of Campus Police or the Counseling Services Department will guide the victim through the available options and support the victim in his or her decision.● College procedures protect victim’s confidentiality. ● No reports of statistics will identify victims or accused. The College is committed to providing a learning and working environment that is free of sexual misconduct and discrimination.

The College considers sexual discrimination in all its forms to be a serious offense, including discrimination against pregnant and parenting students, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and sexual violence (rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, and sexual coercion) by employees, students, or third parties.

The Human Resources Director and the Counseling Services Director are the College’s designated Title IX Coordinators.

They are responsible for coordinating the College’s efforts to comply with its obligations under Title IX and the Title IX regulations.

These crimes should be reported directly to a Campus Police Officer and/or to a College Counselor.

Filing a police report with a Campus Police Officer will not obligate the victim to prosecute, nor will it subject the victim to scrutiny or judgmental opinions from officers.

Campus Police strongly advocates that victims of any of these crimes report the incident in a timely manner.