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Vice President for Student Affairs Student Health & Counseling Center
Werner University Center Room 210 345 Monmouth Avenue N.
Monmouth, OR 97361 Monmouth, OR 97361
PLEASE NOTE: Completing this form does NOT constitute a police report nor a student conduct report. You will NOT be contacted by the university unless you indicate a desire to be contacted.
To file an official report for criminal action, call Campus Public Safety at 503-838-8481, the Monmouth Police Department at 503-838-1109 or the Independence Police Department at 503-838-1214. To file a student conduct report, contact the WOU Office of Judicial Affairs at 503-838-8311.
Who Can Submit an Anonymous Report Form?
• Survivor or victim
• Witness or observer
• Staff or faculty member
• Roommate or housemate
• Family member
• Any person who is aware of an incident of sexual or relationship violence involving a WOU student
What is Considered Sexual Misconduct?
Sexual Misconduct is:
• Non-consensual sexual contact of any kind
• The attempt to have non-consensual sexual contact or
• The threat of such contact
Sexual contact means touching of any private body part, including, but not limited to: genitalia, buttocks, anus or breasts of another or causing such person to touch genitalia, anus, buttocks or breasts of another.
Sexual contact is considered non-consensual if:
• No clear consent is freely given
• The person is substantially impaired by alcohol or drugs, or
• The person is otherwise without the physical or mental capacity to give clear consent
What are on-campus resources for students?
These resources are available on the WOU campus and are available to help students regardless of where the sexual misconduct happened.
• WOU Counseling Services (Student Health & Counseling Center): 503-838-8313
• Campus Public Safety: 503-838-8481; 503-838-9000 (Emergency)
• Vice President for Student Affairs office: 503-838-8221
What are community resources available for students?
These resources are available 24 hours a day. Resources marked with an asterisk (*) will provide crisis intervention services.
* Emergency Services 9-1-1
• Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Services* 503-399-7722; or 1-866-399-7722
• SABLE house (Dallas)* 503-623-4033; or 1-866-305-303
• Monmouth Police 503-838-1109
• Independence Police 503-838-1214
For more information, please call the Vice President for Student Affairs office at 503-838-8423 or the Student Health & Counseling Center at 503-838-8313.
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs 503-838-8221 | or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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