Reporting Sexual Assault

Safety

Is the victim safe now?

  • No. On campus call Campus Safety at x1234 and off campus call 911.
  • Yes. Proceed to next response area.

Medical

Does the victim want or need medical intervention?

  • Yes. For treatment of injuries from the assault, or to receive STI, HIV and Pregnancy Interventions, or to receive an evidence collection exam, go to Oaklawn Hospital (Marshall) 269.781.4271 or to Allegiance Health Hospital (Jackson) 517.788.4800. Can also receive STI and Pregnancy Interventions at Student Health Services x0220.
  • Not Sure. For a confidential consultation contact Calhoun County 888.383.2192 (24-hour) or #9876 (dial 5 digits from campus phone), and AWARE 517.783.2861.
  • No. Proceed to next response area.

Legal

Does the victim wish to report the sexual assault to law enforcement?

  • Yes. If the assault occurred on campus, contact Campus Safety at x1234. If off campus, call 911.
  • Not Sure. For a confidential consultation contact Calhoun County 888.383.2192 (24-hour) or #9876 (dial 5 digits from campus phone), and AWARE 517.783.2861.
  • No. Proceed to next response area.

Counseling

Does the victim want to talk with a counselor?

  • Yes. Albion Counseling Services has trained counselors who specialize in physical, sexual, and emotional trauma. Contact x0236 during regular hours, Monday through Friday 8am-5pm.
  • Sexual Assault Services of Calhoun County offers short-term individual counseling 888.383.2192 (24-hour) or #9876 (dial 5 digits from campus phone), and AWARE offers counseling and support groups 517.783.2861. All services are free and confidential.
  • No. Proceed to next response area.

Anonymous Reporting

Does the victim wish to report the incident confidentially?

  • Yes. Go to anonymous reporting and fill out the date and time of incident, location of incident, and a brief statement about what happened. This information will then be forwarded to Campus Safety who will include it in the annual crime statistics for the College, in accordance with the requirements of the Clery Act. Remember, your identity will remain anonymous. No record from the report will be created or stored.
  • No. Proceed to next response area.

College Judicial

Is the victim interested in filing a complaint within the College Judicial Process?

  • Yes. Contact Ken Snyder, Director of Campus Safety at x1234. Refer to Judicial Process in Student Handbook (pp. 71-80.)

Resources

For information about the Sexual Assault Policy, Sexual Harassment Policy, and Reporting Procedures, visit the Sexual Harassment Policy.