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  Reporting The Assault

  It is the victim's choice whether or not to report a sexual assault. On campus, a victim of sexual assault can file a confidential and/or anonymous report. Filing a confidential/anonymous report does not obligate the victim to press charges. Should the victim choose to press charges later, a report will significantly increase the possibility of a successful prosecution. The University cannot take disciplinary action solely on this report. However, the report would provide a record of the incident which may be useful if the victim decides at a later date to pursue charges.

Reporting options can be reviewed by meeting with the campus Sexual Assault Coordinator through the Counseling and Health Center, Dean of Students and/or Public Safety, Green Bay Sexual Assault Center or the Police department in the jurisdiction in which the assault occurred.

These options may include:
  • criminal prosecution
  • civil prosecution
  • discipline through the UW-Green Bay student non-academic disciplinary procedures

For more information, contact:
    Counseling and Health Center
    465-2380

    UW-Green Bay Sexual Assault Coordinator
    465-2380

    Dean of Students Office
    465-2152

    UW-Green Bay Public Safety (24 hrs)
    465-2300

    Sexual Assault Center (24 hrs)
    436-8899


 
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