How to Report an Incident
- Judicial Affairs responds to a variety of incidents that may include behavioral misconduct, academic dishonesty, and concerning student behavior.
- Members of the campus community have the opportunity to report issues that they believe may be a violation of the Student Conduct Code. Judicial Affairs will investigate reports to determine appropriate action.
Incidents of student misconduct may include issues with alcohol, drugs, theft, weapons, violence, harassment, sexual misconduct, hazing, or other violations that are non-academically related. If you would like to report a Student Misconduct Incident please click the following link:
Incidents of academic dishonesty may include cheating, plagiarism, falsification of documents, use of unauthorized study aids, or other violations that involve gaining an unfair academic advantage. Executive Order 1098 states that faculty members shall handle all academic dishonesty cases which occur in the classroom AND THEN report the incident to the Office of Judicial Affairs. Students may also report academic integrity incidents. If you would like to report an Academic Dishonesty Incident please click the following link:
Concerning Student Behavior
Concerning student behavior may include non-emergency worries about a student’s behavior, such as signs of depression, suicidal ideation, the intent to be violent, sudden mood shifts, etc. For more information regarding concerning behavior, please visit the PolyCARES website. To report concerning employee behavior, please visit the PolyCARES website. If you would like to report Concerning Student Behavior please click the following link:
If you encounter an emergency situation please call campus police at (909) 869-3070.