AnnualSecurityReport

22 LEHIGH UNIVERSITY sexual exploitation, or any other form of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct, or have information about such conduct, should immediately notify the Equal Opportunity Compliance Coordinator (EOCC)/Title IX Coordinator. This administrator will assist the impacted individual in determining whether the complained-of conduct is Title IX Sexual Harassment, harassment of some other type, or something else, and make sure appropriate processes are explained. Karen Salvemini Equal Opportunity Compliance Coordinator & Title IX Coordinator Alumni Memorial Building, Room 105 27 Memorial Drive West Bethlehem, PA 18015 (610) 758-3535 eocc@lehigh.edu In the event that the conduct involves the Title IX Coordinator/Equal Opportunity Compliance Coordinator, reports by students should be made to: Katherine Lavinder Dean of Students Williams Hall, Suite 380 101 Williams Drive Bethlehem, PA 18015 (610) 758-4156 kwl211@lehigh.edu In the event that the conduct involves the Title IX Coordinator/Equal Opportunity Compliance Coordinator, reports by faculty and staff should be made to: Linda Lefever HR Associate: Employee Relations, Staff Development, Career Management 306 South New Street, Suite 437 Bethlehem, PA 18015 610-758-5195 lip3@lehigh.edu Faculty, staff, and students may make a report to both the police and the University, or may decline to notify either entity. University resources will assist with notifying LUPD if an incident of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, sexual exploitation, or other form of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct has occurred, if the survivor so chooses. A report may also be filed online simultaneously with both LUPD and the University by completing and submitting the online Gender Violence Reporting Form, available on the EOCC and Gender Violence Education and Support websites or at http://www.lehigh.edu/go/gvreport. Initial Steps and Supportive Measures Generally within 72 hours of receiving a report of sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or sexual exploitation, the Title IX Coordinator will contact the impacted student or employee to set up a time to meet to discuss the student or employee’s options and rights. The Title IX Coordinator will also refer the individual to the appropriate policy for more information. The Title IX Coordinator provides written notification to students and employees about existing counseling, health, mental health, victim advocacy, and other services available to impacted individuals, both within the institution and in the community. Contact information for these services is available under the “Get Support” section of this Report. During this initial contact with the Title IX Coordinator, a determination will be made regarding supportive measures to provide for the safety of the impacted individual (who may also be known as a “complainant”) and the campus community while being mindful of the rights of the accused individual (who may also be known as a “respondent”). For students, the range of protective/supportive measures may include, but are not limited to, interim suspension/emergency removal from the institution, transportation changes, interim removal from housing, adjustments to academic classes or University residence assignments, access to counseling services, the issuance of University no-contact orders, etc. For faculty and staff, the range of protective/supportive measures may include, but are not limited to, temporary work restrictions and/or changes, transportation changes, interim leave, and University no-contact orders. Supportive measures are available to students, faculty, and staff to the extent that the requested measure(s) is reasonably available, regardless of whether the impacted individual reports the conduct to the police or proceeds with a University process. Information about options for supportive measures is provided in writing to students, faculty, and staff. Students, faculty, and staff requesting a supportive measure should contact the Title IX Coordinator. To the extent possible, when implementing supportive measures, the University shall take steps to minimize the burden on and respect the rights of the respondent. The University also takes steps to maintain as

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