Learn who is a mandated reporter, how to make a report, and other important resources.

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Who is a Mandated Reporter?

At Franklin and Marshall, mandated reporters fall into the following groups: Faculty: all faculty members, regardless of position title. Administrators Student Workers: this includes all...

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What Should You Do If A Report Is Made To You?

There are three federal laws that establish responsibilities for employees of colleges to report certain types of crimes and incidents, especially sexual misconduct—the Clery Act, Title VII and Title...

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Mandated Reporters Policy

This policy is intended to outline the College’s policy regarding “mandated reporters.”  It explains briefly the meaning and purpose of mandated reporters, outlines the legal context, and articulates...

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How to Help a Sexual Misconduct Victim or Survivor

SAFETY Safety--Take them to a safe place and stay with them in case they are still in danger.  If you have safety concerns, call the Department of Public Safety at 717-358-3939. Call the...

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Possible Responses to Trauma

People who become victims of any type of sexual misconduct  typically experience the victimization as a traumatic event. There are common reactions to this kind of trauma or shock; but at the same...

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Reporting Options: Confidential and Nonconfidential

Confidentiality and sexual misconduct? There are lots of people that you may want to speak with but it is important to know who can keep what you tell them in confidence.  Let’s start with who...

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Federal Laws Regarding Sexual Misconduct

There are three federal laws that establish responsibilities for employees of colleges and universities to report certain categories of crimes and incidents, including sexual misconduct—the Clery Act...

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