Who do I contact, and how do I file a Title IX incident report?
If you see something, say something!
If you have experienced, witnessed, or believe that discrimination, sex violence, or sexual harassment has occurred, you may file a complaint. Every complaint is taken seriously, kept confidential, and investigated fairly and immediately according to Edmonds Community College's policies and procedures.
Contact any of the following Title IX officers:
Title IX Coordinator - Dennis Curran
425.640.1647 or 425.218.0430 | Clearview 122C email@example.com
Title IX Deputy Coordinator - Suzanne Moreau
425.640.1246 or 425.218.8326 | Clearview 105
Title IX Investigator - Gene Blahato
425.640.1812 or 425.409.8774 | Clearview 110
Wondering if sexual harassment has occurred?
If you can answer "yes" to any of the questions below you may have witnessed or experienced sexual harassment. For your protection and future prevention say something immediately by contacting the Title IX Coordinator, Title IX Deputy Coordinator, or Title IX Investigator.
- Were there unwanted requests or unwelcomed behavior of a sexual nature?
- Were there unwelcomed comments about an individual's body, sexual activity, or sexual attractiveness?
- Did sexually suggestive touching, leering, gestures, sounds, comments, stalking, intimidation, or displays of sexually suggestive objects take place?
Filing an Incident Report
If you are interested in filing a report about any incident of concern, please complete the Incident Report Form. The Title IX Coordinator will review the report immediately.
"We're taking new steps to help our nation's schools, universities and colleges end the cycle of sexual violence on campus."
– Vice President Joe Biden on releasing new guidance on sexual violence protections under Title IX (April 4, 2011).