5.4.5 Prevention and Reporting of Sexual Harassment, Sexual Discrimination, Sexual Violence, Gender-Based Discrimination, and Other Forms of Discrimination and Harassment

adopted: Feb-2010
last revised: Feb-2021

Richland Community College will take appropriate, periodic measures to educate and train employees regarding this policy and conduct that could violate the policy. All faculty, administrative, and supervisory personnel are required to participate in such education and training.

In addition, all responsible persons and confidential counselors, including students, faculty, administrative, and supervisory personnel, will be educated and trained on how to handle reports and/or complaints and what to do to help victims of sexual discrimination. All individuals responsible for investigating complaints will be trained on issues related to sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and Title IX.