To schedule a "Bring in the Bystander" training for your class or campus group, please contact Kim Brown Campbell, Campus Assault Prevention Coordinator, at 243-4104 or email@example.com.
Sexual Misconduct Resources at the University of Montana
Sexual Assault is a Crime
Sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, and rape are crimes. Crime reports should be made to the UM Office of Public Safety or local law enforcement (9-1-1). Students have the right to continue to pursue their education in an environment free from the effects of sexual violence, whether they have reported to law enforcement or not. We encourage students to report sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator in the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action so we can address the effects of sexual misconduct, take measures to stop any ongoing harassment, and prevent future harassment. Reporting and all follow-up activity will be handled in a manner that protects the privacy and confidentiality of students.
When the University learns of sexual misconduct, we will take immediate and appropriate action to determine what occurred. We will take prompt and effective steps to end sexual misconduct, prevent its recurrence, and address its effects, whether or not the sexual misconduct is the subject of a criminal investigation. The University will take steps to protect a complainant. Retaliation against anyone reporting sexual misconduct or otherwise providing information about sexual misconduct is strictly prohibited.
Assistance for Survivors
Survivors may seek assistance from trusted campus employees, including faculty, staff, residence hall assistants, or advisors. In order to ensure that the University can do everything possible to provide assistance to survivors and stop sexual harassment, University employees are required to report information they receive about allegations of sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator. At the request of a survivor, employees may withhold the survivor’s name. However, the University is limited in its ability to effectively respond without full information.