Where there is sufficient evidence to believe the university regulations prohibiting harassment, physical/emotional abuse (see I.B above) have been violated, the university may pursue disciplinary action University policy and procedure.
Bias crime has legal recourse outside the university, if he/she/they chooses. Campus authorities will assist victims in notifying proper law enforcement authorities including Public Safety and local police. If is the victim's right to decide whether or not to file a complaint. Legal advocacy is available, see response coordinator for more information
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