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Sexual misconduct is the term used in this policy to encompass unwanted or unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that is committed without valid consent.Also included in this term is any abusive behavior that arises out of an actual or perceived intimate relationship (e.g. Sexual misconduct may occur between people of the same gender or different gender identifications.Responsibilities of the UCPD include: Chicago Women’s Health Center (773) 935-6126 care and counseling YWCA Laura Parks and Mildred Francis Center (773) 955-3100 6600 S.Cottage Grove Violence Counseling, Rape Crisis Hotlines, Education & Training, Medical and Legal Porchlight Counseling Services (773) 750-7077 Free counseling for survivors of sexual and/or domestic/dating violence Life Span Center for Legal Services and Advocacy (312) 408-1210 Advocacy for victims, assistance with orders of protection Center on Halsted (773) 472-6469 Services for the LGBTQ community Chicago Bar Association (312) 554-2000 Legal referrals The TTIC official responsible for coordinating compliance with the Harassment, Discrimination, and Sexual Misconduct Policy is Amy Minick, TTIC’s Compliance Coordinator.(From a TTIC phone, dial 9-9-1-1.) The closest medical facility to TTIC is: University of Chicago Medicine’s Mitchell Emergency Room (773) 702- 6250 901 East 58th St.(24-hours) The Mitchell Emergency Room follows specific policies and procedures, approved by the State, in treating an individual who has been sexually assaulted.University of Illinois at Chicago Prohibition of Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct UIC is committed to providing an educational and work environment that is free from all forms of sex discrimination, sexual violence, and sexual and gender-based harassment (collectively referred to as “sexual misconduct”).
For 24-hour assistance, call (773) 907-1062 The following hotlines provide general services to Chicago metro residents, and are not affiliated with TTIC: Chicago Metro Rape Crisis Hotline (888) 293-2080 Immediate and long-term referrals, information, and counseling LGBTQ Anti-Violence Project Hotline at the Center on Halsted (773) 871-2273 Information, counseling, and referrals Mayor’s Office for Domestic Violence (877) 863-6338 Information and referrals The fastest way to access medical assistance is to call 9-1-1.All confidential resources listed below provide 24-hour (7 days/week) crisis counseling and information regarding sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. These resources can also provide information on local hospitals, such as what hospitals will have a victim advocate or SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) available.TTIC has partnered with Resilience to provide TTIC students with 24/7 access to a Confidential Advisor who can provide victims with information on both TTIC- and community-based resources and immediate referrals.TTIC can also assist victims by making accommodations, such as class schedule changes, work reassignments and other changes.Victims also have the option to decline to notify authorities.