Campus Flu Shot Clinic
Wed, October 19th
DPC (details to follow)
Friday, August 26th
6:30pm & 8:00pm
Bruce Davis Theatre
Need to Know: For Faculty, Family & Friends
Office Associate II
If you are uncomfortable speaking with law enforcement, you can submit an anonymous report to allow the college to document your incident. No identifiable or personal information will be collected and no investigation will be done unless you formally contact Public Safety or local law enforcement and consent to filing charges.
To make an anonymous report, contact the First Responder Network at 301-904-2015 or Counseling Services at 240-895-4289.
You can also download the Anonymous Report form here. Please fill it out, and submit it to Counseling Services at the Counseling and Health Center.
In this form of reporting, your name is attached to your incident, but all details are treated in a confidential manner. You have three options within confidential reporting:
- Not filing charges allows you to disclose the details of your assault to specified individuals (Counseling Services, Resident Assistants, First Responder Network) and receive medical treatment and counseling without triggering an investigation.
- Filing a complaint with Judicial Affairs allows you to disclose the details of your assault to specified individuals (Coordinator of Judicial Affairs, Public Safety), receive medical treatment and counseling, and proceed ONLY with a campus administrative hearing.
- Filing criminal charges allows you to disclose the details of your assault to specified individuals (Public Safety, local law enforcement, SAFE nurses), receive medical treatment and counseling, and proceed with a criminal investigation. If you decide, you may purse the campus judicial process in conjunction with criminal charges.
Third Party Report
You can report your incident via a third party (friend, family member, First Responder Network) without speaking directly to Public Safety or local law enforcement. No formal action will be taken without your consent, and the person who makes the report will be identified in documentation as a third party (or witness). You may choose to come forward at a later time to file a formal report (or criminal charges); make sure to reference your third party report.