Instructions: Submit pages 3-4 of this form to the Associate Dean of Students, Student Life Office, Student Center 218,
or email dmorgan@mines.edu. Keep pages 1-2 for your information.


Anonymous Sexual Violence Reporting Form
Colorado School of Mines

For more information and resources, see also:
Procedures/Resources for Survivors of Sexual Assault or Other Sexual Violence
Policy Prohibiting Sexual Harassment (includes sexual assault and sexual violence)
Sexual Harassment Complaint, Investigation, Resolution and Adjudication Procedure for
Complaints about Student Behavior
These policies can be found online at: http://inside.mines.edu/POGO-Policies

Background Information about Anonymous Reporting:

This form allows Mines’ community members (students, staff, faculty, and their significant others) confidentially
to report cases of sexual violence, including sexual assault, sexual misconduct, sexual exploitation, and sexual
exposure. It is an unofficial means to inform the School administration that a sexual violence incident has
occurred. It was developed to encourage reporting by students without risk of exposure or being forced to file
charges, and yet ensuring that our community members receive needed resources.

Because this is an unofficial report, the police cannot make an arrest based on this report, but it will provide
useful information to the police and administration regarding sexual violence incidents that occur among the
campus population. If you choose to include a phone number or e-mail, a Mines Student Life administrator will
contact you. At that time, you may ask questions, seek resources or referrals, provide further information about
the incident, make an official report and decide to press charges, or you may choose to do nothing more.

You may file an Anonymous Report whether or not you later file a criminal complaint through the police, or file
charges through the School’s Code of Conduct process. The report itself is kept on file at the Mines Public
Safety department and Associate Dean of Student’s office.

Resources & Reporting Options
The following resources are available for you to report a sexual assault or other sexual violence incident. You
may contact any of the following offices for assistance. Each resource may have different available hours and
different confidentiality requirements, which are explained here.
Police: (either Mines Police or Golden Police may respond) – call 911, available 24/7
On-Campus Resources:
Associate Dean of Students, Derek Morgan – cell: 303-807-7647, available 24/7
Director of Housing, Rebecca Flintoft, cell: 303-396-7905, available 24/7
Residence Life Coordinator on-call, cell: 303-384-2199, available 24/7
Student Development & Academic Services (Counseling Center), office: 303-273-3377,
Monday-Friday, 8 am – 5 pm
W. Lloyd Wright Student Wellness Center (Health Center) – office: 303-273-3381, 8 am – 12
pm, 1pm – 4:45 pm, Monday-Friday
Associate Director of Housing, Brent Waller, cell: 720-256-6773, available 24/7
Any Resident Assistant (RA), Hall Director (HD),– On-duty staff are posted in the residence halls
every night during the academic year. RAs and HDs on-duty available 7pm-7am
Title IX Coordinator, Rebecca Flintoft, office: 303-273-3050, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm

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Instructions: Submit pages 3-4 of this form to the Associate Dean of Students, Student Life Office, Student Center 218,
or email dmorgan@mines.edu. Keep pages 1-2 for your information.


Off-Campus Resources:
Victim Outreach Information (VOI) - provides comprehensive assistance to citizens and their
families during trauma recovery and the subsequent criminal justice process. If you report to police,
a VOI victim advocate can be requested to respond in person, typically within 20-30 minutes. If you
choose not to report to law enforcement, you can reach VOI by phone only at 303-202-2196 (24-
hour hotline). They cannot respond in person unless requested through police.
Rape Assistance and Awareness Program (RAAP) - confidential non-Mines resource for sexual
assault/crisis counseling and referrals (24-hour hotline):
o English: 303-322-7273
o Spanish: 303-329-0031
Metro Crisis Services – confidential non-Mines resource for crisis counseling and mental health
counseling, appropriate for survivors and/or friends/family: 888-885-1222 (24-hour hotline),
http://www.metrocrisisservices.org/
Each of these resources is trained to provide appropriate referral and response for survivors of sexual
violence. The following resources are entirely confidential:
 Student Development & Academic Services (Counseling Center)
 W. Lloyd Wright Student Wellness Center (Health Center)
 Rape Assistance and Awareness Program (RAAP)
 Metro Crisis Services
Colorado statute governs the requirements for health professionals to release confidential information.
Please be aware that the following resources, as well as many other Mines administrative staff, are required to
inform their immediate supervisor if they learn of an alleged sexual violence incident. Beyond this notification of
supervisor, these individuals will keep information in the strictest of confidence possible.
 Associate Dean of Students, Derek Morgan
 Director of Housing, Rebecca Flintoft
 Associate Director of Housing, Brent Waller
 Any Resident Assistant (RA), Hall Director (HD), or Residence Life Coordinator (RLC)
Although police or campus administrators will be informed in some cases, the survivor is always in control of
the decision whether to speak to police or campus administrators. No campus office will release the names of
survivors to the media or public. Some campus offices may need to be notified about the incident regarding
safety concerns for others, but names will not be released. If you notify Mines Public Safety or Golden Police,
you have many reporting options.

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Instructions: Submit pages 3-4 of this form to the Associate Dean of Students, Student Life Office, Student Center 218,
or email dmorgan@mines.edu. Keep pages 1-2 for your information.


Anonymous Sexual Violence Reporting Questionnaire:

Please answer only the questions that you wish to answer below. You may skip any questions you do not want
to answer. However, the more information you share, the better the School will be able to track these types of
incidents, and provide resources, if you choose to receive them.

1.
Check all the boxes that describe the incident(s):

Sexual assault or rape (unwanted sexual penetration, whether oral, anal, or vaginal)
Sexual misconduct (unwanted sexual touching)
Sexual exploitation – non-consensual, unjust or abusive sexual advantage taken over another
person for his/her own pleasure, advantage or benefit, or to pleasure, benefit or advantage anyone
other than the one being exploited
Sexual exposure – when a person knowingly exposes his or her intimate body parts to the view of
any person under circumstances in which such conduct is likely to cause alarm to the other person,
with the intent to arouse or to satisfy the sexual desire of any person, whether done in person or
through electronic means

Sexual harassment is another type of serious violation that is prohibited by School policy. Sometimes,
sexual violence and sexual harassment overlap, or are difficult to distinguish. Check here if you think
the incident(s) is also sexual harassment.

Sexual harassment - unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or
physical conduct of a sexual nature when (1) submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or
implicitly a term or condition of an individual's employment or scholastic endeavors; (2) submission
to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for employment or academic
decisions affecting the individual; or (3) such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably
interfering with an individual's work or school performance, or creating an intimidating, hostile, or
offensive working or studying environment


2.
Please provide a brief description of what happened:






3.
This incident…
 Happened to you.
 Happened to someone you know.
 Was something you witnessed happening.
 Other (please specify): __________________________________

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Instructions: Submit pages 3-4 of this form to the Associate Dean of Students, Student Life Office, Student Center 218,
or email dmorgan@mines.edu. Keep pages 1-2 for your information.


4.
Do you want to be contacted by a Mines Student Life administrator (typically, the Associate Dean of
Students, Derek Morgan or Director of Housing, Rebecca Flintoft)?
 Yes
 No

If yes,
Is it okay to call you?
 Yes
 No
Phone number: ____________________________

Is it okay to email you?
 Yes
 No
Email: ____________________________

Reminder: All of these questions are optional.

5.
Victim/survivor’s name: ______________________

6.
Victim/survivor’s gender:
 Male
 Female
 Transgender

7.
Date of incident(s): _____________

8.
Location of incident(s) (you may be as specific or as vague as you like, i.e. Residence Hall, Off-
Campus, or more specific): ___________________

9.
Victim/survivor’s affiliation with CSM:
 Current student
 Past student
 Faculty/staff
 Visitor
 Other (please specify): _______________



Thank you for providing this information. If you indicated you would like someone to contact you, you can
expect to hear from a Student Life administrator within 24 hours, except during weekends of School holidays. If
you need to speak with someone immediately please contact any of the resources listed above and you may
ask to remain anonymous.
Note: If you choose to remain anonymous after being contacted by a Student Life administrator, the School
may not be able to communicate with you regarding any investigation, charges, or outcomes related to the
incident reported.

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