Reporting is an emerging priority for institutions addressing campus sexual misconduct. Early efforts focused on prevention programming, investigations, and adjudications, but reporting has emerged as a critical gap for many institutions. External pressure is mounting from governments, students, and others for institutions to update reporting options and processes, and to share and use reporting data.
The nine tools in this toolkit will help you improve your institution’s sexual misconduct reporting practices and structures. You can either download the full toolkit or each tool individually.
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