How to File a Report
Filing a Report
If someone you know has concerns about behavior that may rise to the level of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual harassment, dating or domestic violence, or stalking, it is important to file a report. Reports can be filed using the forms above. You may also report information in person, by email, or by phone. To do so, contact CPHD at:
Email: [email protected]
Physical Location: Administration 228
Anyone can report information to the Center for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination. Reports may be submitted anonymously. However, please note that completing the form anonymously may limit CPHD's ability to respond.
Fulfilling Your Duty to Report
Any Employee who knows or has reason to know of incidents that may violate the CSU Nondiscrimination Policy is considered a Responsible Employee, and has a duty to promptly report to the Title IX Coordinator/DHR Administrator. They are required to disclose all information available, including the names of the Parties involved, even where the person has requested anonymity.
To notify CPHD of any incident involving discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, use the DHR Report Form above. You may also file a report for Title IX incidents using the Title IX Report Form above. More information about Title IX may be found on SDSU's Title IX Website.
Upon receipt of a report, CPHD will follow up with the parties involved in the reported incident in order to assist them in understanding their rights and options, including the ability to file a complaint. CPHD may follow up with the reporting party if additional information is needed.
Reports may be made anonymously; however, completing a form anonymously may limit CPHD's ability to respond.
If you have any questions about how to complete the form, please contact the Title IX Coordinator at [email protected], or call 619.594.6464.