UNH FACULTY, STAFF & GRADUATE STUDENTS QUICK GUIDE
         REPORTING SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND HARASSMENT
 
Faculty, staff, graduate students, and employees should offer information about Privileged Confidential Support Services to the impacted party(ies) at the time of receiving a report of a sexual violence incident.
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What Should Be Reported? All instances of sexual violence must be reported.  At UNH, sexual violence includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, unwanted sexual contact, sexual misconduct, domestic violence, relationship abuse, dating violence, and stalking (including cyber-stalking).

Who Must Report?  UNH Mandatory Reporters – all faculty, staff, coaches, teaching assistants, research assistants, hall directors, and student workers who lead, supervise, and/or mentor other students – are required to report.  The ONLY exceptions to this rule is the individual who experiences sexual violence and confidential support service providers at SHARPP, UNH Health Services, and the Counseling Center, or other support  sexual assault agencies, or ordained pastoral counselors or the Employee Assistance Program.

How Should I Report?
 

 
When Should I Report? Immediately.
 

Title IX incident report form

Please list the names of those involved in the incident, and their status (student, faculty, staff, vendor, unaffiliated/visitor/guest, volunteer, minor or unknown).