If I witness or hear about a violation am I required to report it? How much information am I obligated to report?
Yes, all employees at Berea College, except student labor are “required reporters”. This depends on your position at that college. Different employees on campus have different abilities to maintain confidentiality. They are separated here in to 3 categories: Responsible Employees, Counseling Employees and Other Employees. The only exceptions are confidential resources who are counselors at counseling services and college chaplains at CCC.
Required reporters make their report to the TIXC and share all known details of a report made to them.
How do I report a violation?
If you are the victim of Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault or Sexual Misconduct, or have knowledge concerning a Violation on campus there are 3 different ways to file a report: Criminal Report, Institutional Report and Privileged/Confidential Reporting.
Criminal reports are filed with the local law enforcement officials and the College is not involved in that process. You can make a Criminal Report by calling either of the following numbers.
Berea City Police: 859-986-8456
Kentucky State Police: 859-623-2404
Institutional reports are filed with the College and may initiate an investigation by the College. You can make an institutional report by contacting one of the following:
Title IX Coordinator, Joslyn Glover: 859-986-3606 or a “required reporter”.
Privileged/confidential reports can be made to certain health or mental health providers, and pastoral counselors. Reports of this nature will remain confidential so long as the perpetrator dos not represent a threat to his/herself or to others. These kind of reports can be made to the following confidential resources
Call 985-3212 to make an appointment
Located in Fairchild, 2nd floor
Call 985-3134 to make an appointment
Located in the Campus Christian Center, Draper, 1st floor
Ampersand Sexual Violence Resource Center
Local Crisis Line: 859-253-2511
24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 1-800-544-2022