Making a disclosure without filing a formal report
Making a disclosure means telling someone about an incident of sexualized violence.
Submitting a formal report
Submitting a formal report means you want the College to investigate a sexual assault or other form of sexualized violence.
If you do not want to make a formal report, or you haven’t decided, you may contact College of the Rockies to learn more about your options, including how to access supports, services or accommodations. There are no time limits or restrictions for making a formal complaint.
To report an incident, complete the Sexualized Violence Reporting Form and submit to one of the contact persons listed in the table below.
Remember, you can provide as much, or as little information as you choose. There are no time limits or restrictions about making a formal complaint.
|All Students||Direct||Toll Free|
|Director of Student Affairs||250-489-2751 x4999||1-877-489-2687 email@example.com|
|Students in Student Housing
|Residence Services Coordinator||250-489-2751 x3332||1-877-489-2687 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Creston Campus Manager||250-489-2751 x4101||1-877-489-2687 email@example.com|
|Fernie Campus Manager||250-489-2751 x5101||1-877-489-2687 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Golden Campus Manager||250-489-2751 x6101||1-877-489-2687 email@example.com|
|Invermere Campus Manager||250-489-2751 x7101||1-877-489-2687 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Human Resources Coordinator, Health & Safety||250-489-2751 x4999||1-877-489-2687 email@example.com|
Reporting to the RCMP
Sexual assault and criminal harassment (stalking) are criminal offences under the Criminal Code of Canada. Making a formal statement or complaint about an incident of sexualized violence to the RCMP may initiate a criminal investigation. If you decide to take this step, consider the following:
First Possible Steps
Third-party reporting is a way for someone to anonymously report an incident of sexualized violence.