Resources & Reporting Options: for Survivors of Sexual Assault
Special Victims Services at the University of Michigan-Flint Department of Public Safety (DPS) was created to help survivors of interpersonal violence navigate the criminal justice system.
Other campus resources and non-criminal reporting options include:Student resources available: Dean of Students/Office of Student Conduct375 University Center, 810-762-5728 For anonymous support and advocacy: Center for Gender & Sexuality (CGS)213 University Center, 810-237-6648 For confidential counseling: Counseling, Accessibility, and Psychological Services (CAPS)264 University Center, 810-762-3456 To discuss university non-criminal reporting options, process and resources: Office of Institutional Equity/Title IX Coordinator213 University Pavilion, 810-762-3150
University community members, students, faculty, staff and guests are encouraged to report all crimes and public safety related incidents to police in a timely manner. Bystanders or witnesses are encouraged to report when a victim is unable to report. Please note: UM-Flint does not have a mechanism for reporting crimes on a voluntary, confidential basis.
University of Michigan-Flint Department of Public Safety (DPS)
*DPS has police jurisdiction on any U-M-Flint property; if the incident occurred off-campus the report should go the law enforcement agency with jurisdiction. DPS can help you determine the applicable law enforcement jurisdiction.
Flint Police Department -> Genesee County 911 Communications Center
Dial 911 for emergency and non-emergency incidents
Office of Human Resources - Institutional Equity (for students, faculty, and staff)
Institutional Equity Specialist Kirstie Stroble213 University Pavilion(810) 237-6517; email@example.comSEXUAL MISCONDUCT REPORTING AND RESOURCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN - FLINT CAMPUS: https://www.umflint.edu/sexualmisconduct/
Institutional Equity and Title IX
Diversity is fundamental to our mission. The University of Michigan-Flint is committed to creating and maintaining a working and learning environment that embraces individual differences. We celebrate, recognize and value diversity. University Human Resources is committed to ensuring that all staff, faculty and students have equal access and opportunities, and receive the support needed to be successful. Additionally, we are committed to the principles of equal opportunity in all employment, educational and research programs, activities and events, as well as to the use of affirmative actions to cultivate and maintain an environment that fosters equal opportunity.
The Institutional Equity Specialist (IES) provides:
- Information, consultation, training and resources to the campus community with regard to diversity, harassment and discrimination prevention, affirmative action, equal opportunity and disability matters;
- Individual consultation with campus community managers, supervisors, staff, faculty, students, and administrators;
- Neutral investigation for all complaints of harassment and discrimination;
- Support for the campus’ compliance efforts in the areas of equal opportunity, affirmative action, harassment and discrimination prevention, and compliance with all applicable State and Federal civil rights laws.
- Establish interim measures during open investigations.
- Interpreting, communicating and applying the University’s policies and procedures
- Resolving workplace challenges, and developing appropriate goals and objectives
- Addressing many other workplace needs including allegations of workplace harassment, or unfair treatment