Bias Motivated Incident Online Reporting
To complete an online report that is submitted to the Dean of Students office about an incident that was potentially motivated by bias, you can click here or the link above to complete an online form. If a crime may have occurred, you must contact University Police directly so they can immediately investigate any criminal matter. In the online form you will be unable to save data to complete later, so please be sure to fully complete and submit it before exiting your browser.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is committed to maintaining a learning and working environment that is free of bias, prejudice, and harassment—an environment that supports, nurtures, and rewards career and educational advancement on the basis of ability and performance. Discrimination against or harassment of any member of the University community based upon any legally protected basis is prohibited by law and undermines the character and purpose of the University. Such harassment and/or discrimination is illegal and against University policy and will not be tolerated.
Additionally, Federal law requires universities to compile an Annual Security Report and requires "campus security authorities" – including student affairs, judicial affairs, advisors to student organizations, residence life (including RA’s), counselors, affirmative action, campus health, team coaches, and athletic director – to report crime statistics for inclusion in its Annual Security Report. These reports can be found using the links to the left.
If any person reveals they have been the victim, witness, or perpetrator of a crime, immediately contact University police at (920) 465-2300.