Jump to content. The advisory group will review the adjudication procedures in depth, with the goal of providing concrete recommendations for any changes to the process by the end of summer. For more information, visit the advisory group page.
Provisions, such as Title IX, that prohibit sex and gender discrimination, are still very necessary to counter discriminatory acts that occur on many campuses including our own. Any student, employee, or applicant for employment or admission to the University, who believes that they have been discriminated against on the basis of sex, may file a complaint with any of the people listed above. The Interim Director of Equity Grievance will assist the complainant in identifying the appropriate policy and grievance procedure to resolve the complaint in a timely and equitable manner.
EMAIL: cityinfo portlandoregon. It is unlawful for any person to look through a window, transom, or door into the dwelling of another with the intent to interfere with the privacy of an occupant. As used in this Section, "dwelling" includes a building or part of a building in which a person temporarily lodges.
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The University prohibits all forms of sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct is an umbrella term encompassing a range of behavior, including sexual harassment, sexual violence, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Intimate partner violence refers to any act of violence or threatened act of violence, sexual or otherwise, against a person who is or has been involved in a sexual, dating, domestic or other intimate relationship with that person.
To discover that your child was sexually abused by a teacher, administrator, coach, or another student can be devastating. When there is abuse in a school environment, there are usually a number of individuals and agencies responsible for the abuse. A teacher may not have been properly screened, warning signs may have been informed, and actual abuse may have been concealed at the hands of administrators.
Oregon State University is dedicated to promoting and fostering a safe environment for all students, staff, and faculty. As an employer and educational institution, OSU has a responsibility to take reasonable steps to eliminate sexual misconduct of any kind, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual exploitation, and stalking. We must also work to prevent their recurrence and to address their effects.
The University of Oregon found three former basketball players responsible for sexual misconduct and will remove them from campus for up to 10 years. Dominic Artis, Damyean Dotson and Brandon Austin were accused of sexually assaulting an intoxicated female undergraduate overnight from March 8 to 9 at multiple off-campus locations. The university faced criticism for allowing the men to continue playing in the NCAA March Madness tournament after receiving a report from the victim's family, as well as for not disclosing anything about the case until May when local media obtained a police report.
The allegations spurring the investigation appeared in a long Facebook post March 25 from parent Tiffany Hill, whose child was enrolled at Oceanlake Elementary School. We have been working closely with the families involved and we fully support the process ODE will follow. The superintendent, who is in her first year in her position at the Lincoln County School District, went on to say district administration offered to continue meeting with Hill to no avail.
Central Oregon Community College will not tolerate sexual misconduct or violence. It is the responsibility of every member of the COCC community to ensure that these policies are actively supported and strictly enforced. To ensure that victims receive the appropriate support and that the College responds to any violations of these policies, any college employee who is made aware of violations is required to report that information to the appropriate contact immediately. Members of the College community, guests and visitors have the right to be free from sexual misconduct or violence.