Resources There are a number of people and resources available to students who have experienced sexual or interpersonal misconduct. Faculty and Staff Faculty and Staff We encourage you to talk to people you trust including Loyola Law School professors and staff. Please know that every Loyola Law School faculty and staff member (with the exception of those listed as Confidential and Private Resources below) and some student staff are considered a “responsible employee” and are obligated to report all details of an incident of sexual or interpersonal misconduct to Campus Safety & Security. That includes the identities of those involved. Campus Safety & Security will then notify the Title IX Coordinator. Students reporting an incident of sexual or interpersonal misconduct to a responsible employee may request that their information be kept private. Students should be aware that if they request for their information to remain private, then the Law School’s ability to effectively investigate and adjudicate the instance(s) of sexual or interpersonal misconduct may be impaired. The Law School cannot guarantee privacy in this instance, and the following factors will be considered by the Title IX Coordinator, or designee, in consultation with the Dean of Students, or designee, in determining whether the privacy request can be honored or if an investigation is necessary: The Respondent has known prior allegations of sexual or interpersonal misconduct and a potential for a campus safety risk exists; or A threat to the campus community at large or a particular community member has been identified; or The sexual or interpersonal misconduct was perpetrated with a weapon; or The victim is a minor; or Some combination of the above factors exists. The Title IX Coordinator, or designee, in consultation with the Dean of Students or a designee, is responsible for determining whether the privacy of the Complainant can be honored. If the decision is made that privacy cannot be honored, then the Law School will only inform the necessary individuals and entities on campus required to perform a thorough investigation and adjudication of the complaint. The Law School will respond to any accusations of Retaliation against the Complainant or witnesses brought upon by the investigation or adjudication of the misconduct. Confidential Resources Confidential Resources If you are uncomfortable about a report to Campus Safety & Security and to the Title IX Coordinator, you may consult a confidential resource. These individuals are not required to report any information regarding an alleged sexual or interpersonal misconduct to Campus Safety & Security, the Title IX Coordinator or any other reporting body on campus without your consent. Loyola Law School On-Campus Psychological Counseling Office (213) 736-1122 LMU Student Psychological Services (310) 338-0868 Loyola Law School Chaplain, Fr. Wayne Negrete, SJ (213) 736-8193 Note: Not required to report provided he receives the information in performance of pastoral duties LMU Pastoral Counselors (310) 338-2860 Note: Includes Jesuit, women religious or ordained pastor; not required to report provided they receive the information in performance of pastoral duties LMU Student Health Services (SHS) (310) 338-2881 Note: SHS staff are required to report signs of physical or sexual abuse to law enforcement Private Resources (Community Resource Advisors) Private Resources (Community Resource Advisors) You may speak with a Community Resource Advisor (CRA) regarding incidents of sexual and interpersonal misconduct without automatically triggering a law school investigation. CRAs have time and place reporting responsibilities under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), but they are not obligated to report identifying information of the student complainant (i.e., the student speaking to the CRA about their sexual or interpersonal misconduct experience). Kelly Greer Director of Admissions Founders Hall (213) 736-8128 Kelly.Greer@lls.edu Jill Myers Associate Director of Career Development Founders Hall 105 (213) 736-8309 Jill.Myers@lls.edu Other CRAs on the Westchester Campus If the name of the respondent (i.e., the individual(s) against whom the complaint is against) is presented to a CRA, the CRA is obligated to report that information to the Title IX Coordinator. Reports by the CRA will not trigger a Law School investigation unless the Title IX Coordinator, or designee, in consultation with the Dean of Students, or designee, determines that an investigation is necessary because of the existence of one or more of the following factors: The respondent has known prior allegations of sexual or interpersonal misconduct and a potential for a campus safety risk exists; or The location in which the alleged incident occurred is a location where previous complaints of sexual or interpersonal misconduct occurred creating the potential for an unsafe environment for the Loyola Law School community; or A threat to the campus community at large has been identified; or A frequency or pattern is detected that suggests an unsafe environment exists for the Loyola Law School community or a Loyola Law School community member; or The sexual or interpersonal misconduct was perpetrated with a weapon; or The victim is a minor; or Some combination of the above factors exists. Callisto (Online Reporting & Support Resource) Callisto (Online Reporting & Support Resource) Callisto is an online tool designed to create a more empowering reporting experience for student survivors. It provides students three options: students can record and save time-stamped records of the incident; they can record and then report the incident electronically to campus authorities; or students can opt into a matching system that only releases their names to the Law School or University if another student reports the same alleged respondent. Callisto Off-Campus Resources Off-Campus Resources The following resources are open/available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Rape Treatment Center at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica 1250 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404 (424) 259-7208 The Rape Treatment Center provides long-term counseling support for victims of sexual assault and sexual violence, as well as advocacy and accompanying services. The Center can also provide general medical treatment and, if you choose, collection of evidence. A specially trained nurse will perform the evidence collection exam, and a support person of your choice may be present throughout the procedure. Peace Over Violence Los Angeles Rape and Battering Hotline (213) 626-3393 (310) 392-8381 (626) 793-3385 The Los Angeles Rape and Battering Hotline is a confidential non-judgmental support service where staff and volunteers are available to provide emotional support, advocacy, information and referrals. The hotline is operated by Peace Over Violence, a community-based and volunteer centered organization. Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 978-3600 The LA County Domestic Violence Hotline helps victims find a safe way out of abusive environments. This toll-free service routes Southern California victims of domestic violence directly to local trained personnel. YWCA Greater Los Angeles 1020 S. Olive Street, 7th Floor, Los Angeles 90015 (323) 296-0920 (877) 943-5778 (Crisis Hotline) In a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere, the YWCA of Greater Los Angeles offers sexual assault survivors the support they need, and extends this support to family and friends. The program also provides information on rape trauma and refers survivors to appropriate medical, legal and social services. LMU CARES LMU CARES LMU Campus Awareness Resource Education Services (CARES) is dedicated to teaching the University about sexual and interpersonal misconduct, how to prevent it, and how to support those who have experienced it. Visit their website to learn more. LMU CARES 1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045 Malone Student Center 403 (310) 258-4381 email@example.com Reporting Loyola Law School and Loyola Marymount University encourage students to report any sexual or interpersonal misconduct even if you are not the person who experienced the misconduct. Students who are unsure whether what they experienced, witnessed or what has been reported to them constitutes sexual or interpersonal misconduct should still report the incident. File a report with Campus Safety and Security (Security) either in person (office is located on the ground floor of the parking garage), by phone at (213) 736-1121, with the Deputy Title IX Coordinator Matthew Riojas in the Office of Student Affairs, or with the University Title IX Coordinator Sara Trivedi. There is also an online option through Callisto (see above). Please note that certain faculty and staff are obligated to report information to Security (see "Faculty & Staff" above). Once Security receives a report, they will alert the Title IX Coordinator or designee who will discuss with you the availability of supportive measures (regardless of whether you agree to be interviewed by Security or opt to file a formal complaint).