Reporting Sexual Misconduct

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, which includes sexual harassment or sexual misconduct. Any member of the College community who believes they are the victim of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct should contact the Title IX Coordinator:

Vivian Scott
District Director, Student Conduct & Integrity
Title IX Coordinator
TitleIXCoordinator@broward.edu 
(954) 201-4886

Reports of alleged sexual harassment or sexual misconduct may be made by completing the Sexual Harassment/Sexual Misconduct Reporting Form

The College is also considered to be “on notice” regarding allegations of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct if a report is made to an “Official with Authority to Institute Corrective Measures.”  Depending on the status of the individual accused of sexual harassment/sexual misconduct (referred to as the Respondent), reports may be made to the following individuals:

 If Respondent is a Student

Title IX Coordinator | TitleIXCoordinator@broward.edu | (954) 201-4886

Dean of Students (on any campus)

District Director, Student Conduct & Integrity | conduct@broward.edu

Student Conduct Specialist | conduct@broward.edu

 

If Respondent is an Employee

Title IX Coordinator | TitleIXCoordinator@broward.edu | (954) 201-4886

Executive Director, Talent & Culture | edhumanresources@broward.edu

District Director, Employee Relations | ERAA@broward.edu

Senior Analyst, Employee Relations | ERAA@broward.edu 

 

Depending on the circumstances, students may also contact Campus Safety at 954-201-4357 (HELP) and/or local law enforcement.

Upon receiving a report of alleged sexual harassment or sexual misconduct, the Title IX Coordinator will:

Please note that submitting a report does not obligate the reporter to file a formal complaint.

SUPPORTIVE MEASURES

Supportive measures are appropriate non-disciplinary, non-punitive individualized services available through the College, provided free of fee or charge to either party. Supportive measures may include counseling, extensions of deadlines or other course-related adjustments, modifications of work or class schedules, campus escort services, mutual restrictions on contact between the parties, changes in work locations or assignments, leaves of absence, increased security, monitoring of certain areas of campus, or other similar measures.

CONFIDENTIALITY

Any supportive measures provided to either party will be maintained as confidential to the extent that maintaining such confidentiality does not impair the College’s ability to provide those supportive measures.

 

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