Report an Incident of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation


Info for Staff/Faculty

Responsible Employee Information

Under?C-14, all LACCD employees are considered?“Responsible Employees.”?The term?refers to a person who works for LACCD who has the responsibility to report to the Deputy Title IX Coordinator instances of Sexual Misconduct or Sexual Harassment at or connected to the College or the District, which he or she has been told about or has witnessed.?

Report an Incident of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation

Official with Authority

Under new Title IX regulations and?C-15, an?Official with Authority (OWA) means a LACCD employee explicitly vested with the responsibility to implement corrective measures on behalf of the institution for sex or gender-based discrimination, harassment, violence, and/or retaliatory conduct involving students, faculty, staff, or third parties.?

Notice means that an employee, student, or third-party informs the Title IX Coordinator or other Official with Authority of the alleged occurrence of sex or gender-based discrimination, harassment, violence, and/or retaliatory conduct involving students, faculty, staff, or third parties.

Clery Act

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the Clery Act) is a federal law and accompanying regulations that require colleges to disclose certain timely information about campus crime, and security and safety policies annually. Compliance with the Clery Act is a condition for colleges that participate in the federal student aid program. As a part of its Clery program, LACCD Colleges collect and publish statistical information on crimes occurring on and around campus, as well as relevant crime and safety information annually.

Advisors/Advocates

Under District policy and procedures addressing Title IX Complaints and Respondents, are entitled to an Advisor or Advocate to support them throughout the complaint process. An Advisor/Advocate can be any person of their choosing including District employees. If you have a standing relationship with a student, they may ask you to serve in this role.

Advisors/Advocates can attend any meeting or proceeding throughout the entire process as long as they are not a relevant witness. That means as an Advisor/Advocate you cannot speak for the Complainant or Respondent during any meeting to directly provide evidence.

LACCD has trained employees who have volunteered to serve as Advocates for students or other employees going through the complaint process. If you are interested in serving as an Advisor/Advocate or have been asked to serve in this capacity and want more information about the process, please contact your Regional Coordinator for more information.

LACCD Title IX Policy & Procedure

The LACCD Prohibited Discrimination and Harassment Policy, which covers sexual harassment and Title IX issues is in Chapter XV of the Board Rules.

To file a Title IX Complaint, you can contact the appropriate Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinator above or submit a?Complaint Form??online.

To address and respond to Title IX issues, Title IX Coordinator and Deputies follow Administrative Regulations C-14 titled ‘Procedures for Prohibited Discrimination, Unlawful Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct Complaints’ and C-15??titled ‘Responding to Harassment Based on Sex under Title IX?.’

LACCD Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to all LACCD employees and provides free and confidential support and resources.?

College Specific Resources and Options

Your Deputy Title IX Coordinators have created flyers for each campus with specific contacts and resources available to those impacted by Title IX concerns.

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East
Harbor
Mission
Pierce
Southwest
Trade-Tech
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For additional resources and information, please contact your college’s Deputy Title IX Coordinator or visit our Resources? page.?