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Reporting Options

Survivors have the right to report or not report the incident that occurred. If a survivor is interested in reporting the incident, there are many campus and community resources to assist.

Confidential vs. Non–Confidential Resources

Survivors of violence should have the autonomy to report their assault in their own time. To do so, it is vital to know the difference between confidential vs. non-confidential resources, so survivors can share their stories when they are ready. 

Confidential & Non-Confidential Resources

A "Confidential Resource" is an individual who learns of sexual misconduct while working in their capacity and does not have a duty to report unless a specific law requires them to do so.

UNF Victim Advocacy Program: (904) 620-1010
UNF Counseling Center: (904) 620-2602
UNF Student Health Services: (904) 620-2900

"Non-Confidential Resources" or Responsible Employees are individuals who can assist community members in various ways. However, they must report incidents to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Inclusion or UPD.

University Police Department: (904) 620 2800
Office of Equal Opportunity: (904) 620 2507
Office of Dean of Students: (904) 620 1491
Student Accountability and Resolution: (904) 620 3979