The Bias Incident Reporting is one way for individuals to report incidents of possible bias, allowing Central to identify problems and trends in an effort to prevent future occurrences. Please tell us if you, someone you know, or a group within our University community, has experienced bias based on sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, age, and/or marital status.
Central wants to address bias, harassment and discrimination within our community. So that the appropriate people can respond and assist those who are targeted, we need to know what happens and how often. By reporting incidents, you become part of the solution.
Use of the Bias Incident Report does not substitute for reporting incidents of discrimination or harassment directly to the Campus Police Department http://www.cwu.edu/police/ Office of Equal Opportunity http://www.cwu.edu/hr/equal-opportunity or Student Success https://uhnsp.aux.cwu.edu/ConductReport/LogIn.cfm . Formal allegations of discrimination are investigated as set forth in the Discrimination Complaint Procedure. An individual may choose to utilize one or both or all mechanisms to report bias incidents.
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