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Title IX is a civil rights law passed in 1972, which prohibits gender discrimination in educational settings that receive federal funding.
This includes all duties associated with effectively responding to allegations of sexual violence, ensuring annual training campus-wide, and the provision of educational opportunities and prevention efforts for the campus community.
The Title IX Coordinator has no "side" during the investigation and conduct process and serves as a neutral fact-finder and resource for both the complainant and the respondent.
Title IX incidents and concerns should immediately be reported to the Title IX Coordinators: Step 2: Contact Joe Klinger, AVP, Human Resources Investigation Every report implicating Triton College's compliance with Title IX will be investigated.
Investigations will normally be conducted by the Dean of Student Services when the respondent is a student or by the Associate Vice President of Human Resources when the respondent is a faculty or staff member.
The investigation will be appropriate to the circumstances of the report and will normally consist of interviews with the subjects of the report, with witnesses and others who may have relevant knowledge, and a review of pertinent documentation or other evidence.
Confidentiality during the Investigation The College will make every reasonable effort to preserve an individual's privacy and protect the confidentiality of information when requested.Reports will be treated confidentially to the extent permitted by the College's Title IX reporting requirements and need to investigate and resolve the reported problem.Whenever possible, the complainant's identity will not be disclosed without the consent of the complainant.However, without consent to disclose the complainant’s identity, the College may be limited in pursuing disciplinary action.A Confidential Advisor is a designated Triton College employee trained to provide ongoing support to student survivors of sexual violence.Confidential Advisor(s): Tracy Wright Counselor Triton College 2000 Fifth Avenue River Grove, IL 60171 (708) 456-0300, [email protected] Process Both subjects of the Title IX report, i.e.the complainant and the respondent, have the right to file an appeal if there is disagreement with the results and conclusion of the resolution of the issue. All appeals are limited to significant new information, evidence, or procedural errors that may have impacted the outcome of the completed Title IX investigation.Appeals must be filed by notifying the Title IX Coordinator in writing within ten (10) working days of receiving the notice of resolution.The Title IX Coordinator will consider the new information, engage additional investigative steps as appropriate, and inform the students as soon as practicable of any change(s) in the outcome, which shall stand as the final outcome of the Title IX investigation.Should either student wish to pursue the matter further, they may choose to do so through the college’s established student conduct process.