Campus Reporters - Employees Required to Report to Title IX Coordinator/Deputy Coordinators
Campus Reporters include all NMU employees, except those specifically identified below, who, as a requirement of our Relationship Violence, Sexual Misconduct and Stalking Policy must immediately report any information they learn about suspected "Prohibited Conduct" (relationship violence, sexual misconduct or stalking) to an Official with Authority (OWA), which are the Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Failure by a Campus Reporter to timely report suspected Prohibited Conduct may subject them to appropriate discipline, up to and including removal from their position.
Employees of NMU Counseling and Consultation Services and the NMU Health Center are designated as Confidential Resources. Confidential Resources will not typically be required to make a report to the OWA without the permission of the person reporting; specific exceptions are allowed by law and regulation, including but not limited to the protection of a minor child, protecting persons at high risk for violence, or to adhere to a court order.