Reporting Procedures

Reporting

Any person who feels that they may have been the target of or witness to sexual harassment, including sexual violence or sexual assault is encouraged to seek redress through the following:

  1. Student-to-student complaint - Dean of Students, Title IX Coordinator, or Campus Police
  2. Student-to-faculty complaint - Title IX Coordinator, Office of Human Resources, Office of Institutional Equity, Dean of Students or Campus Police
  3. Student-to-staff complaint - Title IX Coordinator, Office of Human Resources, Office of Institutional Equity, Dean of Students or Campus Police
  4. Staff-to-staff or faculty-to-faculty or faculty-to-staff complaint or faculty/staff-to-student complaint - Title IX Coordinator, Office of Human Resources, Office of Institutional Equity or Campus Police
  5. Non-credit/CWCE student complaint - Title IX Coordinator, Office of Human Resources, Office of Institutional Equity, Director of Community Services or Campus Police
  6. Vendors, Sub-Contractors, Visitors or Members of the public whose complaints are based on actions that happened within the college's jurisdiction- Title IX Coordinator, Office of Human Resources or Campus Police
Responsible Employees

The following individuals shall be considered "responsible employees" at CCRI for purposes of reporting complaints and incidents of sexual harassment and sexual violence under the CPE's Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Policy:

All College Officials and Administrators; All full Time and Part Time Faculty; All Academic Deans, Associate and Assistant Deans, and Department Chairs; All Student Services Deans, Associate and Assistant Deans, Directors, Associate and Assistant Directors; All Student Services Advisors, Coordinators and other professional staff; All employees who are responsible supervisors for one or more employees; All Athletic Coaches and Trainers; All Student Organization Advisors; and All other individuals designated as "Campus Security Authorities," as listed in the college's Annual Crime Statistics and Fire Safety Report ("Clery Report").

All such "responsible employees" are obligated to report all actual, suspected or alleged incidents of sexual harassment and sexual violence which are reported to them, or of which they become aware to the Office of Human Resources at 401-825-2311.

The list above does not imply that others should not or cannot report sexual harassment and sexual violence or that they do not have an ethical or moral responsibility to do so. Notwithstanding the foregoing, pastoral and professional counselors providing counseling set-vices as part of their duties are exempt from mandated reporting. A pastoral counselor is defined as an employee of an institution, who is associated with a religious order or denomination, recognized by that religious order or denomination as someone who provides confidential counseling and who is functioning within the scope of that recognition as a pastoral counselor. A professional counselor is defined as an employee of an institution whose official responsibilities include providing psychological counseling to members of the institution's community and who is functioning within the scope of his or her license or certification.


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Last Updated: 10/17/18