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Reporting Options

Anyone who has witnessed, knows about, or has experienced sexual harassment or other sex discrimination is encouraged to seek help and report the concern. There are a number of ways to report concerns and to get needed information, assistance, and resources. You are encouraged to report any potential crime to law enforcement and any emergency/crisis by calling 9-1-1.

The Title IX Coordinator (or appropriate designee) is available to answer questions about your options, processes, and resources; ensure an appropriate investigation is made; and to provide guidance or referrals. The Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinators may contact you in response to submission of any non-confidential complaint. Retaliation of any kind against individuals who report concerns or who participate in an investigation process is prohibited by University policy.

To request disability-related accommodations for reporting concerns or when seeking assistance, such as ASL interpreting, Communication Access Real-Time Translation (CART), Braille or electronic text, etc., please contact Disability Resources at (520) 621-3268 or

University Complaints and Reports

To submit a complaint against a student:

Dean of Students Office
(520) 621-7057

If you would like to submit a complaint against a student you may do so here (a link is also available from the Dean of Students website) or by meeting with someone from the Office.

To submit a complaint against an employee, visitor or outside vendor:

To submit a complaint against an employee, visitor, or outside vendor:
Office of Institutional Equity
(520) 621-9449

If you would like to submit a complaint against an employee, visitor, or outside vendor, you may do so by meeting with someone from the Office.

Criminal Complaints and Reports

University of Arizona Police Department
9-1-1 (emergency, on campus)
(520) 621-8273 (non-emergency)

Note: If a crime occurred outside the jurisdictional responsibility of UAPD, the Department will assist the victim with notification and reporting to the proper law enforcement agency.

Tucson Police Department
9-1-1 (emergency, off campus)
(520) 791-5700 (non-emergency)

Pima County Sheriff's Department
9-1-1 (emergency, off campus)
(520) 351-4900
Note: The Pima County Sheriff's Department serves the unincorporated areas of Pima County.

Confidential Reports

Oasis Program Against Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence (at Campus Health)
(on-campus confidential reporting and counseling options)
(520) 626-2051

Student Legal Services
Free legal advice available to currently enrolled UA students
(520) 621-2782