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The Confidential Reporting site allows CU Boulder community members (students, staff, faculty and their significant others) to confidentially let the Office of Victim Assistance know about harmful and or traumatic events they have experienced. This option allows people to express what happened to them in a confidential way that does NOT constitute a report to the University or law enforcement. The incidents that may be reported on the Confidential Reporting site include bias-motivated incidents, sexual assaults, harassment, sexual harassment, hazing, intimate partner abuse, stalking, serious accidents, physical assaults, or other traumatic experiences. The information will only go to the Office of Victim Assistance, a confidential office on campus. If you choose to include a phone number or email, the Office of Victim Assistance will follow up with you.
Completing this form does NOT constitute a report to the University and will not initiate law enforcement, the Office of Student Conduct, the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance or other administrative action. This information goes to the Office of Victim Assistance and will not be shared except in aggregate, non-identifiable form.
For more information on the Office of Victim Assistance please visit:
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The University of Colorado Police Department has an anonymous reporting site. Use the below website if you want the CU police to know about an incident anonymously. Only the University Police Department checks this website:
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