If you are a Senior Human Resources Leadership Representative or an Associate Dean for faculty, refer to the Guide to Administration of The University of Iowa's Policy on Sexual Harassment.

As a university employee, you may learn of an incident of sexual misconduct, dating/domestic violence, or stalking in the course of your work. A student or colleague might share an experience with you as a friend, a trusted adviser, or someone in a position to provide needed assistance. How you respond is very important and may determine whether a victim/survivor chooses to tell anyone else or seek professional assistance. 

"Mandatory reporter" defined

Find out if you have reporting responsibilities under university policy.

Resources for Academic/Administrative Officers (A/AOs)

If you have determined that you are an A/AO, go to this page to learn about your reporting responsibilities.

Resources for Campus Security Officers (CSAs)

If you have determined that you are a CSA, go to this page to learn about your reporting responsibilities.

Resources for other employees

If you have determined that you do not have reporting responsibilities, go to this page to find advice on responding to disclosures.

Assisting the accused

Serving as a resource for people accused of misconduct is one critical way you can help to ensure safety and respect for all parties involved.