Reporting an Incident or Cause for Concern
Use the OJC Online Referral Form to share with us your concerns about any activity, individual or group that may exhibit signs of serious personal struggle, mental or emotional instability and /or any other behavior that is cause for you to be concerned.
Reporting an Incident of Sexual Misconduct
Anyone can request advice and information about possible ways to proceed and to put the college on notice. OJC shall investigate complaints pursuant to SP 3-50a and SP 3-50b, Civil Rights Grievance and Investigation Process for Employees and Students.
Reporting a Complaint or Incident
OJC can only respond to allegations of misconduct if it is aware of the misconduct. Further, OJC can more effectively investigate the sooner the allegation is brought to its attention. Any employee, student, authorized volunteer, guest or visitor who believes that he or she has been subjected to sexual misconduct, or believes someone else who is a part of the OJC community is being subjected to sexual misconduct, shall contact the Title IX Coordinator when the alleged victim and/or respondent is a student, employee(s), authorized volunteer, guest(s) or visitor(s).
It is a violation of this procedure to engage in retaliatory acts against any employee or student who reports an incident of sexual misconduct, or any employee or student who testifies, assists or participates in a proceeding, investigation or hearing relating to such allegation of sexual misconduct.