At any time after a report of a potential violation of this policy has been received by the College, the Title IX Coordinator or the Title IX Coordinator’s designee(s) will consider whether interim actions or protective measures are reasonably necessary or appropriate to protect the parties and the broader CSS community. Interim actions and protective measures may be provided regardless of whether or not there is a complaint or resolution process commenced.
The College will make accommodations and provide protective measures for an individual who believes they have experienced sexual misconduct, if requested and reasonably available. The College may take such steps even when an individual asks that the College keep a reported violation of this policy confidential and that it not investigate the matter and regardless of whether an individual chooses to report to law enforcement.
The College will also provide accommodations and resources to others involved in the process, including those adversely affected by allegations of sexual misconduct, if requested and reasonably available. The College determines which measures are appropriate for a particular individual on a case-by-case basis.
In implementing interim actions or protective measures, the Title IX Coordinator or the Title IX Coordinator’s designee(s) will communicate privately on a need to know basis about the interim action(s) or protective measure(s).
Examples of interim actions include, but are not limited to:
Other protective measures that may be available, if safety concerns or other overriding circumstances warrant them, including:
To request an interim action or protective measure, individuals who believe they have experienced sexual misconduct should contact the Title IX Coordinator. If a respondent, witness or person accused of misconduct feels that they need interim measures, please contact the Title IX Coordinator.
The College will maintain as confidential any interim actions or protective measures provided to an individual, to the extent possible (eg to the extent that maintaining such confidentiality would not impair the ability of the College to provide the accommodations or protective measures. ) Additional services are available on campus and/or in the community, as described in the Resources section of the College’s policy and on the College’s webpages.
Any concern about a violation of an interim action and/or protective measure or need to change the level of protection should be reported to the College's Title IX Coordinators: Stacy Deadrick, Temporary Primary Interim Title IX Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, (218) 625-4444 or David Bauman, Temporary Secondary Interim Title IX Coordinator. email@example.com, (218) 723-6179, or through the on-line incident report.