We strongly encourage victims of sexual violence, sexual harassment, stalking and relationship violence to seek support and report the incident. The following reporting options are available to ASU students, faculty and staff who have been victims. We understand individual circumstance may determine if and how a victim chooses to make a report. A victim can choose to pursue one or more of these reporting options.
A criminal report can be filed with the ASU Police Department. Filing a police report does not obligate a victim or survivor to press charges against the assailant.
Incidents that include only students can be reported to ASU Student Rights and Responsibilities. Investigations include interviews, collection of relevant evidence, and both parties are notified of the investigation results. Student Advocacy and Assistance will provide additional support services during the investigation. Reporting to ASU Student Rights and Responsibilities can be done in addition to reporting to the police for criminal prosecution.
Any incidents that include faculty or staff can be reported to the Office of University Rights and Responsibilities (URR). Reporting to URR can be done in addition to reporting to the police for criminal prosecution. File an incident report with the Office of University Rights and Responsibilities at 480-965-5057 or email@example.com.
If you are unsure what to do in a situation where sexual misconduct may have occurred, you can contact the Title IX Coordinator. You can also file a formal complaint of Title IX sexual harassment with the Title IX Coordinator. View the ASU Title IX Statement for more information on policies and procedures related to Title IX.
Reports received through the hotline will be sent to the appropriate office for investigation and follow-up. Complaints that involve students will be sent to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Complaints that involve faculty or staff members will be sent to the Office of University Rights and Responsibilities. Please note: anonymous reporting will limit the ability to investigate. For more information, visit audit.asu.edu/asu-hotline or call 1-877-SUN-DEVL (786-3385).
ASU is committed to the health and safety of our community. Victim-Survivors are not alone and we are here to help.
If you wish to have a confidential conversation, you can contact:
All of the reporting options are summarized on this Sexual Assault Flowchart (PDF).