Title IX Office Reporting

All SRJC employees and students can make a report to the Title IX coordinator to ensure your safety by going to https://titleix.santarosa.edu/. The Title IX coordinator will investigate all claims, issue protective restraints, for example, classroom reassignment. They determine appropriate punishment, up to and including termination and/or expulsion from the District. 

Report sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, stalking, or threat of any of these committed by a student, staff, faculty, or other member of the college community, with or without filing a police report and whether on or off campus.


Title IX Coordinator:

Title IX Deputy Coordinators:

Direct Police Reporting

  • You may report any stalking, sexual assault, harassment or other misconduct to the district police. They will relay the information to the correct jurisdiction and you will not have to speak with any additional officers
  • You can call or go to a police station. You will speak with a law enforcement officer.
  • You can also go to an Emergency Room and tell them you have been assaulted and law enforcement will be called.
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Anonymous Reporting

  • You can make a report to police or sheriff department without giving your name. You can also have evidence collected in an anonymous report by contacting Verity and they can arrange for the exam.
  • If you are not sure if you want to report a physical assault to the police, you can have an exam to collect evidence within 72-hours is recommended.
    • Also, avoid bathing, brushing your teeth prior to collecting evidence, if possible.
  • Evidence can be held while you consider your next steps. If you would like to talk about the pros and cons of making a police report, call Verity at (707) 545-7273. They have English and Spanish speaking counselors and advocates available 24-hours/day, 7-days/week.