Interim measures are available upon receipt of a report of sex discrimination, including sexual violence, and prior to the resolution of a complaint, as appropriate.
Available interim measures include, but are not limited to:
- Restrictions on contact between the respondent and complainant ("no contact" orders)
- Changes in academic or living situations where appropriate
- Changes in university-related work schedules or job assignments
- Acess to counseling, health, and mental health services at no cost
- Academic support
- Escort services
Failure to abide by restrictions placed during the Title IX complaint resolution process constitute a violation of UC policy.
The Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator generally will offer interim measures upon receipt of a report of sex discrimination, if appropriate. Individuals who would like to request additional interim measures or who experience difficulty obtaining interim measures that they have been approved to receive should contact the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Protective measures also may be available by filing a complaint with law enforcement. For example, police departments may provide civil protection orders and other measures when criminal complaints are filed.
In addition, if accommodations are necessary due to an injury or disability involving: