Please note that this report will immediately be sent to following:
- UMKC Title IX Office
- SOM Associate Dean for the Learning Environment
All UMKC employees, including faculty, staff, residents, researchers, and student employees, are mandated reporters and must provide all known information to the Office of Affirmative Action when an incident involves any form of protected identity discrimination or harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking, dating/domestic/intimate partner abuse, or a failure to accommodate a disability, pregnancy, or religion. Protected identity discrimination or harassment may be based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, and any other status protected by applicable state or federal law.
The only options for anonymous disclosures/reporting are listed here; the employees of these offices are exempt from the mandated reporting policy so long as the disclosure occurs in a confidential communication while they are acting as support advocates, professional counselors, or medical personnel.
For more information, visit the Office of Affirmative Action.
The Title IX Office
Outlines university policy and process for reporting. Title IX Office will receive SOM mistreatment reports – you only need to report using the SOM Mistreatment Link. For some incidents, individuals might feel more comfortable reporting directly to the Tittle IX Office.
- SOM Mistreatment Policy
- Standards of Conduct for Faculty/Learner Relationships
- About Title IX Office
- Rights & Responsibilities
- University of Missouri Guiding Policies
If you would like to discuss this incident with a confidential resource, see contact information below:
Click here for a list of additional support and assistance resources available to students, staff, and faculty.