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Be Wise. Report It.

UVA Wise is committed to maintaining a respectful, professional and nondiscriminatory academic, living and working environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Be Wise. Report It. is the College's online system for reporting:

Prohibited Conduct

The College is committed to an environment free from gender-based and sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, complicity and retaliation (“Prohibited Conduct”). Sexual Misconduct and Interpersonal Violence Policy can be found at http://www.uvawise.edu/compliance/sexualmisconduct.

Bias / Disrespect

The College is dedicated to mutual respect and inclusiveness of its diverse community. Unfortunately, there are times that this respect and civility are breached through acts of bias or disrespect in our community such as slurs based on one's race, gender, national or ethnic origin, affectational orientation, or any protected status.

Hazing

The College does not condone hazing in any form. Hazing is prohibited under the State statute on hazing as well as by College policy. The term "hazing" means any action taken or situation created by a member(s) of a student organization toward one or more organization members or toward prospective members (as a part of the new member selection process), that occurs on College-owned or leased property or at College-sponsored or supervised functions or at the local residence of any College student, faculty member, or employee, and that is designed to or produces mental or physical harassment, discomfort, or ridicule. Such activities and situations include, but are not limited to, creation of excessive physical or psychological shock, fatigue, stress, injury, or harm. Student organizations and/or individual members found to have engaged in hazing shall be in violation of College policy and may also be in violation of the State statute. See the Student Organization Handbook for more information.

REPORTER INFORMATION
As the Reporter, you may submit this form anonymously, by leaving the name and contact information fields blank. If you submit anonymously, however, you should understand that the College's ability to respond to the submitted information will be limited. In addition, while the College will not attempt to trace anonymous reports to an individual user, various court orders may compel the production of log-in and user data from which certain identifying information later could be obtained.
INCIDENT INFORMATION
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Please provide as much detail as possible, including the name(s) of the complainant(s) (i.e. "victim"), the name(s) of the respondent (i.e. "perpetrator"), the exact location of the incident (for example, McCraray Hall room #000), the names of any witnesses to the incident, whether the incident involved the use of drugs and/or alcohol, and any other information you may have. Describe all comments, conduct, gestures, markings, physical injuries, property damage, etc. Identify suspect(s) by name, if known, or by physical appearance (e.g., age, height, weight, race, clothing, distinguising characteristics, etc.), if unknown.

Your information will help the College to ensure a safer campus environment and will enable the College to fulfill its obligations.

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