All university employees, except those specifically designated as confidential resources (CAPS, Health Services, the counseling services at Blue Ash and Clermont Colleges, and On-Campus Women Helping Women Advocates), must report to the Title IX Coordinator any incidents of possible sexual harassment, sex discrimination, or retaliation of which they are aware. Reports must be made within 24 hours using the online reporting form or to the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy. University employees who are responsible for reporting possible sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation include all faculty, administrators, staff, resident coordinators, resident advisors and peer educators.
Ohio law requires that any person learning of a felony report the crime to the police. All university employees must report a felony of which they are aware to the University of Cincinnati Police Department (exceptions to this are employees of the Counseling Center and University Health Services). Questions regarding identifying felony behavior can be directed to the Office of General Counsel or the University of Cincinnati Police Department. For a list of reportable offenses, please see the sexual offenses and related crimes chart.