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Please print the form out and once completed, mail it to the campus safety office.
Reports of and questions regarding any unwanted sexual experience should be direct to the Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault at 484.764.9242. More information can be found at http://home.moravian.edu/public/stusvc/takeAction/. The advocates are trained and available to provide 24 hour confidential assistance, including information regarding reporting and judicial options. Those interested in immediately pursuing judicial options and reporting a crime, should contact Campus Safety & Police at 610-861-1421.
Clery Reporting Requirements
In 1990 Congress passed the Campus Awareness and Campus Security Act followed by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act in 1998.
2. Reporting Requirements:
Regulations associated with these acts and also with the subsequent additions require institutions such as Moravian College to report specific information about certain on-campus crimes that have been reported to local police agencies or to any official of the institution with significant responsibility for student and campus activities.
3. Offenses Which Must Be Reported:
The following criminal offenses must be reported with incident details and the names of those known or those alleged to have been involved:
- aggravated assault
- motor vehicle theft
- liquor law violations
- drug abuse violations
- weapons violations
- crimes of prejudice
The first and simplest means to report one of the offenses listed above is to call the Department of Campus Safety and Police directly and immediately. A second option is to go to the Moravian College website, complete and print the appropriate form and send it to the College Police Department.
The College also has a legal responsibility to report the following, but they may be described in such a way as to protect victims’ anonymity e.g. as “Jane Doe” or as “John Doe.”
- forcible rape
- forcible sodomy
- sexual assault
- forcible fondling
- statutory rape.
To report one of these offenses, please call the Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Abuse at 484-764-9242 (24 hours, seven days a week). If the victim does not want to speak with an advocate, the reporter may call on the victim’s behalf. No personally identifiable information needs to be shared with the advocate. The advocate has received extensive training and can help connect the victim to many resources on-and off-campus. The advocates are all members of the Moravian College faculty and staff. The advocate in turn will fulfill all reporting requirements as required by law.
4. Statutory Responsibility for Reporting:
- the President
- All members of the President’s Staff
- All Student Affairs Administrators
- All Campus Police/Safety Officers
- All Coaches
- The Athletic Director
- All Faculty, Administration Advisors to the Student Government
N.B. Those persons associated with the Offices of Counseling, Religious Life, and the Health Center will seek to maintain confidentiality to the extent permitted by law, but are still required to report offenses to the appropriate offices/persons as described above.
Members of the college community who do not have a reporting obligation are nonetheless encouraged to provide information to the Department of Campus Safety and Police in an effort to make the campus as safe as possible.