Reporting is often a re-traumatizing experience because police officers and college officials are often insensitive, and prioritize the reputation of the University above the wellbeing of students/victims.
ASU is under federal investigation for failing to provide victims with unbiased investigations, protective orders, academic/housing accommodations, & counseling–a violation of Title IX. If you do not receive your Title IX rights, contact SDASA.ArizonaState@gmail.com to learn about your options.
Report to Police
Tempe Police Department
480-350-8311 & 911
Report to ASU*
- Report a student:
Complaints against ASU students are investigated by the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities (480-965-6547).
- Report a professor or employee:
Complaints against ASU faculty and staff are investigated by the Office of Equity & Inclusion.
- Report to ASU Police Department:
Report student, faculty, and employee
*Document your interaction with ASU police and administrators so you can report them to the Department of Education if they continue to violate federal Title IX law. Back up all email communication regarding your case on a non-ASU email address, and audio record your meetings with administrators.
Report to the Department of Education
You can file your own Title IX complaint or send us an email to join ours (SunDevilsASA@gmail.com). The Department of Education is already investigating Title IX violations at ASU, and your complaint will be incorporated into the investigation that has been open since 2012.
- File a complaint against a student (SRR)
- File a complaint against faculty/staff (OEI)
- Contact ASUPD
- File a federal Title IX complaint with the Department of Education Office of Civil Rights.
- Email SunDevilsASA@gmail.com to join our active Title IX complaint.