Reporting Resources

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Numerous options for reporting harassment or sexual misconduct exist for students, staff, and faculty at Duke. The Office of Institutional Equity has consolidated information in one place to help members of the Duke community know where to report and find support. Below, you will find a list of options and resources catered specifically for students, staff, or faculty.

For emergencies, please contact Duke Police at 919-684-2444 or dial 9-1-1, which connects you to Duke Police on campus phones and Durham Police from all other phones.

 

Assistance for Students

If you have an urgent concern about yourself or another student after 5:00pm, call the Dean on Call at 984-287-0300

Sexual Misconduct

Sexual misconduct refers to all forms of sexual- or gender-based harassment, sexual or gender violence, sexual exploitation, relationship violence (domestic violence and dating violence), and sex- or gender-based stalking. All forms of sexual misconduct—whether committed by student, faculty, staff, or others—are prohibited at Duke.

If you believe you are being subjected to sexual misconduct by a Duke undergraduate, graduate or professional student, please call the Office of Student Conduct 919-684-6938, or email conduct@duke.edu. You may also report an incident online.

To report concerns about a Duke staff member (including fellows, postdocs, and residents, faculty member, vendor or contractor, call the Office for Institutional Equity at 919-684-8222 or email oie-help@duke.edu.

Confidential Resources

A student can discuss a concern with the following confidential offices and the information will not be reported to the Office of Student Conduct or the Office for Institutional Equity:

Nonconfidential Resources

In addition to the resources above, your School and departmental HR professionals are also an available resource to assist you.

Assistance for Staff

Sexual Misconduct

Sexual misconduct refers to all forms of sexual- or gender-based harassment, sexual or gender violence, sexual exploitation, relationship violence (domestic violence and dating violence), and sex- or gender-based stalking. All forms of sexual misconduct—whether committed by student, faculty, staff, or others—are prohibited at Duke.

If you believe you are being subjected to sexual misconduct by a Duke undergraduate, graduate or professional student, please call the Office of Student Conduct 919-684-6938, or email conduct@duke.edu. You may also report an incident online.

To report concerns about a Duke staff member (including fellows, postdocs, and residents), faculty member, vendor or contractor, call the Office for Institutional Equity at 919-684-8222 or email oie-help@duke.edu.

Confidential Resources

A staff member can discuss a concern with the following confidential offices and the information will not be reported to the Office of Student Conduct or the Office for Institutional Equity:

Nonconfidential Resources

In addition to the resources above, your School and departmental HR professionals are also an available resource to assist you.

Assistance for Faculty

Sexual Misconduct

Sexual misconduct refers to all forms of sexual- or gender-based harassment, sexual or gender violence, sexual exploitation, relationship violence (domestic violence and dating violence), and sex- or gender-based stalking. All forms of sexual misconduct—whether committed by student, faculty, staff, or others—are prohibited at Duke.

If you believe you are being subjected to sexual misconduct by a Duke undergraduate, graduate or professional student, please call the Office of Student Conduct 919-684-6938, or email conduct@duke.edu. You may also report an incident online.

To report concerns of sexual misconduct about a Duke staff member (including fellows, postdocs, and residents), faculty member, vendor or contractor, call the Office for Institutional Equity at 919-684-8222 or email oie-help@duke.edu.

Confidential Resources

A faculty member can discuss a concern with the following confidential offices and the information will not be reported to the Office of Student Conduct or the Office for Institutional Equity:

Nonconfidential Resources

In addition to the resources above, your School and departmental HR professionals are also an available resource to assist you.