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If you are in immediate danger, call 911 or the GW Police Department.



 

      Call 911      Call 202-994-6111 (GWPD)

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If you are not in immediate danger, call GW Sexual Assault Response & Consultation (SARC) for help.


 

Call 202-994-7222

clipboardIf you would like to report an incident of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, or stalking.


 

Report an Incident

 

Talk to Someone

If you’ve experienced any form of sexual or gender-based harassment, sexual violence, intimate partner violence or stalking it helps to talk about it with someone who is trained to help you get the assistance you need and deserve.

It can be confusing to figure out your options and resources and to make decisions about next steps. Seeking help from a trained professional can help you weigh your options and select the ones that make the most sense for you.

Whether your experience was today, last week, or years ago, various GW resources can help you figure out a path forward.

Call the Sexual Assault Response & Consultation Team (SARC) 24/7

Calling the SARC team at 202-994-7222 at any time of the day or night is one way to talk to someone and get help. The line is answered by individuals who work at GW and receive special training to volunteer their time outside of work to help you make decisions about a path forward.

The SARC team can help anyone in the GW community who has been affected by sexual or gender-based harassment, sexual violence, intimate partner violence or stalking. 

 

Call 202-994-7222 Now

 

 

 

Counseling 

Talking to a mental health professional can be very helpful in coping with a sexual or gender-based harassment, sexual violence, intimate partner violence or stalking. If you are interested in counseling, you have several options.

 

Talk to GW's Title IX Office

Asha Reynolds, Director & Title IX Coordinator, is responsible for addressing sex discrimination in all aspects of education programs and activities at GW which includes issues related to sexual or gender-based harassment and sexual violence, including intimate partner violence and stalking, within the community.  This involves developing, revising and coordinating policies, procedures and programs that address these issues. Asha can also help you understand options and resources available to you through the university.

Kiera BlooreDeputy Title IX Coordinator, assists the Title IX Coordinator with facilitating the university’s Title IX sexual harassment-related compliance, including the provision of Title IX supportive measures, investigations and hearings, and the alternative resolution process. 

Elizabeth Wynkoop Riley, Assistant Director of Sexual Assault, Prevention and Response, initiates and directs student support and case management following reported incidents of Title IX violations. She also develops educational outreach on sexual assault prevention and response for students, staff and faculty, in partnership with campus and community organizations.

Daniel DeLuca, Title IX Investigator, conducts investigations into formal complaints filed against GW faculty, staff, and students.

Title IX Office Hours

It's important to know how Title IX works, what happens when a report of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/ domestic violence or stalking is made to the Title IX Office, what the formal complaint process looks like, and what resources are available.  Come meet GW's Title IX staff as they introduce themselves, answer your questions, share information, and discuss resources during Title IX Office Hours.

Fall 2021 Office Hours

  • Friday, September 17 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST. RSVP to receive the Webex link.
  • Friday, October 15 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST. RSVP to receive the Webex link.
  • Friday, November 12 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST. RSVP to receive the Webex link.
  • Friday, December 17 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST. RSVP to receive the Webex link.