You have several options for reporting incidents of sexual misconduct and you can find more information and submit a report to the university through our online reporting portal. You also have the option to contact the Indiana University Police Department at 317-274-7911 or Indianapolis Metro Police by calling 911 to make a report.
The role of responsible employees
Most IUPUI employees are considered “responsible employees” under the Indiana University Sexual Misconduct Policy and are required to report incidents of potential sexual misconduct to Title IX officials on campus. This may include sharing information with law enforcement in compliance with the Clery Act. Staff will also provide individuals with information on how they may seek additional assistance from police, but they retain the right to decline involvement with law enforcement.Employee reporting requirements
Consent is an agreement expressed through affirmative, voluntary words or actions, and mutually understandable to all parties involved, to engage in a specific sexual act at a specific time. To understand consent and other key terms under Indiana University’s sexual misconduct policy, visit the Stop Sexual Violence website.
Title IX Coordination
Under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, sexual violence is considered a form of sexual discrimination. You may file a Title IX sex discrimination complaint using one of these resources.
University Title IX Coordinator
Emily Springston, Chief Student Welfare & Title IX CoordinatorPoplars 833
400 E. 7th St.
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Anne L. Mitchell, Director of the Office of Equal OpportunityLockefield Village, Suite 1164
980 Indiana Ave.
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202