What to Expect: Employees

Reporting Requirements

Many laws have been recently updated increasing the reporting requirements. It is important that UNMC Faculty and Staff understand what is necessary to report and where to go to do so.

Title IX - Title IX states that if a school knows or reasonably should know about student-on student or employee involved sexual harassment that creates a hostile environment, the school is required to take immediate action to eliminate the harassment, prevent its recurrence, and address its effects. To report or for further inquiry please contact:

Carmen Sirizzotti, MBA
Title IX Coordinator
Telephone: 402.559.2710

Clery & SaVE Acts  

The Clery Act defines "Campus Security Advisors" (CSA's) as having "significant responsibility for student and campus activities". A CSA's responsibility under Clery is to report crimes that are to be included in an Annual Campus Report published by the University. The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Act expands the reportable crimes required by Clery to include Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking and as such complements Title IX. To report, please contact your Campus Security office:

UNMC Kearney Campus: Campus Security - 308.627.4811

UNMC Lincoln Campus: Campus Security - Dial 2 for Blue - 402.472.2222

UNMC Northern Division Norfolk Campus: Campus Security - 402.841.5163

UNMC West Nebraska Scottsbluff Campus: Scottsbluff Police Department - 308.630.6261 during Business Hours M-F 7am-4pm; and 308.632.7176 after Business Hours

UNMC Omaha Campus: Campus Security - 402.599-5111

Crime & Hate Crime Statistic Reporting Form

Child Abuse  
Reporting the abuse or neglect of someone, age 18 or under, is the responsibility of all of the citizens of Nebraska. These reports may be made to Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services or in the case of an Emergency, 911.