偏置报告

Washington & Jefferson College is committed to creating a campus culture that is welcoming, respectful and inclusive for all members of its community members. We understand that our campus community is representative of society at large, and there may be times when our community standards are interrupted if bias related incidents occur. To this end, we have designed a two-pronged approach to respond to, as well as provide educational resources that proactively address, issues of bias that undermine our community values.

什么是偏见事件呢?

偏置事件的行为,表情或由偏见或成见基于保护的因素,包括种族,宗教,国籍,年龄,性别,性别认同,性取向怀孕,国籍,家庭状况,残疾,军事地位,和遗传激励行为信息。而这些行为可能不会上升到大学的政策罪或侵犯的水平,偏差有关的事件可能有助于创造我们的校园社区成员的不安全或不友好的环境。

什么是仇恨犯罪?

根据美国司法部的部门,仇恨犯罪包括(一个或多个)动作人身伤害和基于种族,肤色,国籍,宗教,性别,性取向,性别认同或残疾的敌意动机具体的刑事威胁。

偏置反应小组

当接收偏差事件报告,偏置响应小组将召开会议,审议24-48营业时间内报告。这种偏见队从大学的所有区域组成人员和教职员工。

偏置顾问团队

偏置咨询团队由一组教师,职员和谁每月例会在编程和培训机会,建议学生的,讨论是有关校园气候偏差的问题,提出政策建议和方案修改,编译报告,并协助偏置应急小组根据需要。

授权范围

The 偏置顾问团队 serves as a resource to document and investigate bias incident reports, intently explore ways to improve campus climate and offer relevant recommendations, and provide educational programming and support services for the campus community. This team does not replace offices tasked with overseeing processes involving policy violations or law enforcement matters. Accordingly, violations of the Student Handbook will be referred to the Office of 社区标准 & 支持 Services, issues of employee misconduct will be referred to the Office of Human Resources, and matters of law enforcement will be referred to Campus & Public Safety. For any questions about the process or general inquiries, email bias@washjeff.edu.

报告事件

As a member of the Washington & Jefferson College community, it is an expectation that we will all do our part to ensure that students, faculty, and staff are treated fairly and respectfully. Your responsibility begins in reporting incidents that interrupt or undermine a welcoming and inclusive campus environment.

如果你认为你已经经历或目睹偏差,请提交 偏差事件报告. If this is an emergency, please report the matter to Campus & Public Safety (724-223-6032) or call 911 before filing a report. All 偏差事件报告s will be reviewed within 24-48 business hours of receipt.