Responsible Employee Title IX
This term is used by Title IX (a federal law that addresses gender equity in schools) to indicate an employee who:
- Has the authority to take action to address sexual harassment and/or sexual misconduct
- Has been given the duty of reporting incidents of sexual harassment/misconduct (or any other misconduct by students to the Title IX Coordinator)
- A student reasonably believes would have this authority or duty
At UT Health San Antonio, employees who are Responsible Employees are also CSAs.
If you’re ever not sure if something should be reported, just ask a Clery or Title IX Coordinator.
- If you’re not sure if it’s a crime, or even criminal in nature, report it to a Clery Coordinator. As a CSA, it is not your responsibility to determine if a crime actually occurred, apprehend the alleged perpetrator, or try and convince the victim to contact law enforcement.
- Victims have the right to not report the incident through formal channels and still get support from the university.
- The university cannot (either explicitly or implicitly) intimidate, threaten, coerce, or discriminate against victims for reporting.
- CSAs are responsible for (1) accurately reporting the crime information to the correct people in a timely manner and (2) supporting the individual sharing their experiences with you and providing them with options and resources.
- You are not a confidential source. As a CSA you must report the incident through your normal reporting structure or to one of the Clery Coordinators.
- When the crime involves sexual assault or sexual violence, the university must always do an investigation. Report as much information as possible to the Title IX Coordinator, John Kaulfus.
As a CSA or Responsible Employee you must report crimes that are reported to you. If you don’t feel comfortable going through the normal structure, contact one of the Clery Coordinators. All sexual assault crimes must be reported to the Title IX Coordinator.
- Title IX Director John Kaulfus
- Clery Coordinator, Ruben Cano
- UT Health San Antonio Police Department
- For non-sexual assault/sexual violence crimes that happen off-campus, San Antonio Police Department
- Student Counseling Center at 210-567-2648 Located in room 101F of the Medical Building
Academic difficulties, career issues, medication consultation, personal problems counseling, substance abuse, individual and couples counseling.
- After-Hours Crisis Intervention at 210-223-7233 or 800-316-9241
- Student Health Center at 210-567-9355 Located in room 1.422 in the School of Nursing Building
Open Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (SHC) services include primary care, comprehensive wellness & health promotion, immunization requirements, needle stick follow-up and care, TB surveillance / screening, smoking cessation programs, healthy weight management, lab services and behavioral health services.
- Employee Assistance Program (UTEAP) for employees at 800-346-3549
UTEAP is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Offers services for employees and their spouse, live-in partner and eligible dependent children up to age of 26. Services include counseling and consultative sessions for all types of life concerns such as depression or anxiety, alcohol/drug problems, parenting & family concerns, couples & relationship issues, grief or bereavement, anger management, change & life transitions, work place stress/conflicts, communication skills, legal and financial concerns childcare and eldercare issues.
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