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How to file a Title IX complaint

Students

Any student who believes he, she or another student has been the victim of any form of sexual misconduct is encouraged to file a complaint identifying the alleged individual and describing the conduct, incident(s) or occurrence(s) that form the basis for the complaint. Students may file complaints with any NWTC College employee, who will then notify the Title IX Coordinator/Title IX Student Deputy Coordinator. If the Title IX Coordinator or Title IX Student Deputy Coordinator is alleged to be the person who engaged in discrimination or sexual misconduct, the incident will be investigated by the Title IX Employee Deputy Coordinator.

Any NWTC staff member can help with filling out the incident report. It is preferred that the complaint be submitted via an electronic incident report. Incident reports can be found at: https://publicdocs.maxient.com/reportingform.php?NortheastWisconsinTC&layout_id=9. If, due to a disability, accommodations are needed to assist the student with filing a complaint, please contact: Accommodation Services at (920) 498-6904. The complainant is encouraged to file the complaint as soon as possible after the incident to ensure a prompt and equitable process for all the parties involved in the situation. 

Employees

Any employee who believes he, she or another has been subject to or witnessed sexual misconduct (harassment) is encouraged to promptly come forward to file a complaint with the College. If the complaint is made in writing, the complainant alleging the sexual misconduct, will be asked to sign the statement. If the complaint is made verbally, then the complainant will be requested to sign a written report acknowledging the content of the statement. Click here to file a sexual misconduct complaint. All reports must include details regarding the incident or conduct giving rise to the complaint, location and dates of the incident, any witnesses to the alleged incident and any action requested to resolve said incident. If the Title IX Employee Deputy Coordinator is alleged to be the person who engaged in discrimination or sexual misconduct, the incident will be investigated by the Title IX Investigator/Director of Talent Management.

Verbal or written complaints may be submitted to the Deputy Title IX Coordinator - Employees or the Director, Talent Management in the Deputy’s absence.

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