File a Incident Report
In A&S we are working to actively mitigate incidences that disrupt an individuals sense of belonging and harm our inclusive culture. We want to create a culture where every member of our A&S family has the opportunity to thrive. This reporting tool is a mechanism for members of our A&S family to report incidents of unfair or poor treatment, discrimination, invalidation or disenfranchisement to the College of Arts and Sciences.
If the reported incident includes physical or sexual harm both the University of Cincinnati Police Department and the Title IX offices will be made aware of the report.
Incident Reporting Form
This form is can be submitted anonymously; the reporter’s identity is only required if they wish to receive follow-up communication.
All reported incidents where follow-up is requested will be followed up on within 3 business days. This reporting tool is not meant to replace reporting to current offices such as Title IX and OEOA. If the reported incident includes physical or sexual harm both the University of Cincinnati Police Department and the Title IX offices will be made aware of the report.
Report an Incident
Please complete this form to report your incident within the College of Arts and Sciences.
I’ve submitted my report. Now what?
- If the reporting individual has provided their contact information, they will receive an email confirmation within 3 business days that the report was received.
- The report is automatically sent to the Colleges Equity Council.
- The Equity Council will review the report to determine if it needs to be routed to a higher level within the university (i.e. Title IX, Ohio Equal Opportunity Act, Student Code of Conduct). If the findings determine that it should be routed to other entities in the university, the Associate Dean for Inclusive Excellence and Community Partner will contact the necessary parties.
- If the reported has provided their contact information as member of the Equity Council will follow up with the reporter with in 3 business days.
- The Equity Council will consult with the impacted individuals if there is sufficient contact information to further discuss the incident and formulate a plan to respond to the incident.
- If the incident is anonymously submitted, the Equity Council will do due diligence to respond to the incident based on information in the report.
- All reported incidents will be maintained in a log and will be used to create a year-end report.