Sexual Assault Prevention and Response at Reed

Resources for Students

On Campus

Advocacy & Referral

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Advocates (confidential with legal privilege)
503/847-9772
sapradvocates@reed.edu
Support for survivors and their allies, reporting assistance, information and referral.

Assistant Dean for Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (ADSAPR)
Rowan Frost
503/517-7966
frostr@reed.edu
After hours, switchboard: 503/771-1112
Gray Campus Center 104
Information and referral, reporting assistance, accommodations, systems advocacy

Counseling & Medical Care

Reed Health & Counseling Center (confidential)
503/777-7281
(after hours ProtoCall: 866/432-1224)
Crisis advocacy, counseling, medical care, STD testing & prophylaxis, emergency contraception, referral

Reporting

Anonymous report form (online)

Community Safety
503/788-6666
28 West
Emergency response, take reports of sexual misconduct on campus, investigate potential Title IX violations involving students, law enforcement reporting assistance, referral.

Title IX Coordinator
Mike Brody, Vice President
503/777-7521
title-ix@reed.edu
Takes all reports of potential Title IX violations, supervises investigations.

Deputy Coordinators (designees)

Director of Human Resources
Michelle Valintis
503/777-7705
mvalinits@reed.edu
Takes reports involving staff 

Dean of Faculty
Nigel Nicholson
503/777-7257
nnichols@reed.edu
Takes reports involving faculty

Title IX Board information

Title IX Board webpage 

How to file a complaint
Submit complaints to Rabeca Reese (chair), rabeca-tnboard@reed.edu

 

Off Campus

Crisis Advocacy & Referral

Call to Safety 
24/7 crisis advocacy and referral in Multnomah County
503/235-5333

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Information & resources on all forms of relationship abuse
800/799-7233

Stalking Resource Center
Information about stalking, safety tips, and a downloadable log.

Legal & Immigration Assistance, Victims' Rights 

Oregon Crime Victims Law Center
503/208-8160
Free legal assistance and social support for crime victims (including relationship abuse victims). No law enforcement report necessary. May assist with immigration issues.  

Victim Rights Law Center
503/274-5477
Free legal assistance for survivors of sexual assault; may represent survivors in civil, criminal, and immigration proceedings. May also act as advisors in college disciplinary cases. 

Advocacy for US Citizens Abroad

Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center (AODVCC)
866/879-6636

Sexual Assault Support and Help for Americans Abroad (SASHAA)
866/879-6636

Protective Orders

Oregon Sexual Assault Protective Order information

Multnomah County Stalking Protective Order information

Multnomah County Relationship Abuse Protective Order information

Off Campus Reporting

Law Enforcement

Portland Police Bureau
Emergency: 911
Non-emergency: 503/823-3333

Title IX

United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights
800/421-3481
OCR@ed.gov

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