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Reporting

A. Submitting Reports

If you wish to submit a detailed report of sexual or related misconduct, please contact the Title IX Office, the Department of Public Safety, Human Resources, or the Assistant Head of the London Centre as outlined below. The individuals in these offices/departments are trained to receive detailed reports of sexual and related misconduct and respond to those reports.

In addition, reports of sexual and related misconduct involving students may be made to the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, the Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students at Rose Hill, the Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students at Lincoln Center, or the Senior Associate Athletic Director / Senior Woman Administrator as outlined below. These reports will ultimately be shared with the Title IX Office. Individuals who submit reports to the individuals listed in this paragraph will be directed to the Title IX Office, the Department of Public Safety, Human Resources, or the Assistant Head of the London Centre if they wish to submit a detailed report of sexual and related misconduct.

Individuals who possess a Fordham AccessIT ID may use that ID to submit a Public Safety Online Report. These online reports will not receive an immediate response from the Department of Public Safety or emergency responders. To obtain an immediate response, please call 718-817-2222 at any time of the day or night. The Public Safety Online Report is not a confidential report - the ID associated with the report will be kept on file by the University. However, the University will maintain the reporting individual’s privacy to the greatest extent possible.

1. Reporting Any Time of the Day or Night

The Department of Public Safety can receive detailed reports of sexual and related misconduct at any time of the day or night. The Department of Public Safety is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Department of Public Safety supervisors have extensive experience and training working with individuals who have experienced sexual and related misconduct.

The Department of Public Safety
Rose Hill and Calder Center: 718-817-2222
Lincoln Center: 212-636-6076
Westchester: 914-367-3001

If necessary, calls made to the Department of Public Safety on any of the campuses will be routed to the appropriate campus.

Fordham Community Members: The phone number for the Department of Public Safety can be found on the back of the Fordham University identification card the University issued to you.

Public Safety Online Reporting
(Using Your Fordham Access IT ID)
http://my.fordham.edu/site/web/content/security/incident_report.jsp

Individuals who possess a Fordham Access IT ID may use that ID to submit a Public Safety Online Report. These reports will not receive an immediate response from the Department of Public Safety or emergency responders. The Public Safety Online Report is not a confidential report - the ID associated with the report will be kept on file by the University. However, the University will maintain the reporting individual’s privacy to the greatest extent possible.

2. Reporting During Business Hours (U.S.) - Involving Students

Fordham University students have the right to make a report to the Department of Public Safety, local law enforcement, and/or state police, or choose not to report; to report the incident to the University; to be protected by the University from retaliation for reporting an incident; and to receive assistance and resources from the University.

In addition to the reporting options listed in Section VI(A)(1), “Reporting Any Time of the Day or Night,” and Section VI(A)(4), “Reporting During Fordham Business Hours in the United States - Reports Involving Any Community Member,” reports involving students can be submitted to the Dean of Students for the campus at which the student is enrolled, the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, and the Senior Associate Athletic Director / Senior Woman Administrator.

If you are a student enrolled at the Rose Hill Campus or the Calder Center, contact:
Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students at Rose Hill
Christopher Rodgers
McGinley Campus Center 242
718-817-4755
deanrodgers@fordham.edu

If you are a student enrolled at the Lincoln Center or Westchester Campus, contact:
Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students at Lincoln Center
Keith Eldredge
140 W62 Building G33
212-636-6250
deanofsalc@fordham.edu

If you are a student enrolled at any campus, contact:
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs

Michele C. Burris
Keating Hall 100
718-817-4750
mburris@fordham.edu

If you are a student-athlete enrolled at any campus, contact:
Senior Associate Athletic Director / Senior Woman Administrator

Djenane Paul
Rose Hill Gymnasium, 2nd Floor
718-817 4304
dpaul2@fordham.edu

Students who submit reports to the administrators listed in this section will be directed to the Title IX Office, the Department of Public Safety, Human Resources, or the Assistant Head of the London Centre if they wish to submit a detailed report of sexual and related misconduct.

Students may also refer to the CARE brochure Campus Assault and Relationship Education for detailed information on the steps to take to be aware of potential sex- and gender-based discrimination and how to address misconduct if it occurs.

3. Reporting During Business Hours (U.S.) - Involving Staff, Administrators, and Faculty

In addition to the reporting options listed in Section VI(A)(1), “Reporting Any Time of the Day or Night,” and Section VI(A)(4), “Reporting During Fordham Business Hours in the United States - Reports Involving Any Community Member,” reports involving staff, administrators, and faculty can be submitted to the following individuals during Fordham business hours in the United States.

If you are a staff member, administrator, or faculty member, contact:
Assistant Vice President of HR Nancy Hark

Faculty Memorial Hall, Room 506
Rose Hill Campus
718-817-4090
nhark@fordham.edu

If you are a staff member, administrator, or faculty member, contact:
Senior Manager of Employee and Labor Relations Gülay Siouzios
Faculty Memorial Hall, Room 506
Rose Hill Campus
718-817-3897
siouzios@fordham.edu

If you are a faculty member, contact:
Vice Provost / Associate Vice President and Associate Chief Academic Officer

Jonathan Crystal
Administration Building North, Room 226
718-817-0136
crystal@fordham.edu

Nancy Hark and Gülay Siouzios can receive detailed reports of sexual and related misconduct during business hours. These individuals possess extensive experience and training assisting individuals who have experienced sexual and related misconduct.

4. Reporting During Business Hours (U.S.) - Involving Any Community Member

In addition to the reporting options listed in Section VI(A)(1), “Reporting Any Time of the Day or Night,” a report involving any community member can be submitted to the Title IX Office during Fordham business hours in the United States.

Title IX Coordinator
Kareem Peat

Faculty Memorial Hall
Second Floor
Rose Hill Campus
718-817-3112
titleix@fordham.edu

The Title IX Office can receive detailed reports of sexual and related misconduct during business hours. The individuals in the Title IX Office possess extensive experience and training assisting individuals who have experienced sexual and related misconduct.

5. Reporting Conduct Occurring Abroad

In addition to the reporting options listed in Section VI(A)(1), “Reporting Any Time of the Day or Night,” and Section VI(A)(4), “Reporting During Fordham Business Hours in the United States - Reports Involving Any Community Member,” a reporting individual should contact the person leading the relevant program or activity if the program or activity occurs abroad. The person leading the Fordham program or activity is required to report this information to the Department of Public Safety.

If you are a student enrolled at London Centre, contact:
Assistant Head of the London Centre, Director of Student Affairs

Matthew Holland
mholland16@fordham.edu

All complaints are submitted centrally to the Department of Public Safety after submission to the Assistant Head of the London Centre. All reports, regardless of location, may also be brought to the New York-based Department of Public Safety at +1-718-817-2222.

Students may also refer to the CARE brochure Campus Assault and Relationship Education for detailed information on the steps to take to be aware of potential sex- and gender-based discrimination and how to address misconduct if it occurs.