If you are experiencing an emergency, please call "911" for assistance.
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available - call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org.
For non-Title IX incidents:
What it is:
Students, parents and staff can report experiences that negatively impact their education based on race, gender, culture, religious belief, socio-economic status and sexual orientation.
- Discrimination based on culture or ethnicity
- Racial and homophobic slander
How it works:
- Reports may be anonymous or identifiable.
- Tip and messages are only accepted through the PSD Incident Reporting platform.
- Reports are responded to within three business days (this platform is not monitored 24/7).
Process after a report is made
Student-to-student reports are sent to the director of the Language, Culture and Equity Department to review within three business days.
Student-to-staff reports are sent to the director of the Language, Culture and Equity Department to review within three business days.
Staff-to-staff reports are sent to the Chief Human Resources Officer to review within three business days.
Incident reporting contact and more information :
Contact: Director of Language, Culture, and Equity David Autenrieth | email@example.com
Related information: PSD Diversity, Equity and Inclusion >>
Other reporting processes:
Report processes for Safe2Tell concerns, child abuse, sexual harassment and other incidents are listed on the "See Something, Say Something" web page.