Incident/Campus Safety Reporting Form:
An official or formal statement of facts or proceedings to a
Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District college published
policy/procedure or alleged Civil or Criminal act. To give an account of; to
relate; to tell or convey information; the written statement of such of an
Use this form to
report any action, Civil or Criminal, related to incidents against a person
and/or property. Report any unlawful activity, unusual or a violation of
Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District policies that occurs to
an individual currently on or off campus. The law enforcement having
jurisdiction may be notified if the crime occurs on or off campus.
Confidentiality: Where a reporting person requests that his/her name or other
identifiable information not be shared with the accused or that no formal
action be taken, the College will balance this request with its dual obligation
to provide a safe and non‐discriminatory
environment for all College community members and to remain true to principles
of fundamental fairness that require notice and an opportunity to respond
before action is taken against a Respondent or individual(s). In
making this determination, the College may consider the seriousness of the
conduct, the respective ages and roles of the Complainant and Respondent /
person(s), whether there have been other complaints or reports of harassment or
misconduct against the Respondent / person(s), and the rights of the Respondent
/ person(s) to receive notice and relevant information before disciplinary
action is sought.
The college will take all reasonable steps to investigate and respond to the reporting person consistent with the request for confidentiality or request not to pursue an investigation, but its ability
The College will take all reasonable steps to
investigate and respond to the complaint consistent with the request for
confidentiality or request not to pursue an investigation, but its ability to
do so may be limited based on the nature of the request by the Complainant.
Where the College is unable to take action consistent with the request of the
Complainant, the Campus Safety Director, Title IX Coordinator or a member of
the Title IX team will inform the Complainant about the chosen course of
action, which may include the College seeking disciplinary action against a
Respondent or / person(s). Alternatively, the course of action may
also include steps to limit the effects of the alleged harassment or incident
(s) and prevent its recurrence that do not involve formal disciplinary action
against a Respondent / person(s) or revealing the identity of the Complainant.
Title IX Reporting Form:
Shasta College is
committed to creating an education and working environment free from
discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, domestic violence, dating
violence and stalking. The safety and well‐being of the campus community is a priority
for the College. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal
civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination on the basis of sex in
education programs, including athletic programs, or activities that receive
“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be
excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to
discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal
The Shasta College Sexual Misconduct Policy applies to sexual
and gender‐based harassment, sexual violence, stalking and intimate partner
If you have
experienced sexual and gender‐based harassment,
sexual violence, stalking and/or intimate partner violence, please know that it
is not your fault and you are not alone. The campus and community are here to
support you. The College encourages all community members to make a prompt
report of any incident of sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking or
intimate partner violence to local law enforcement and the College. Sexual
Misconduct may include incidents between any members of the District community,
including faculty, staff, students, student employees, volunteers, and
non-student or non-employee participants in District programs. Sexual
harassment may occur in hierarchical relationships, between peers or between
individuals of the same sex.
Some examples of
harassing behavior include, but are not limited to:
Insults, name-calling, and offensive jokes;
Intimidating words or actions;
Unwelcome or inappropriate touching;
Sexually suggestive remarks or gestures;
Unsolicited pornographic materials;
Obscene messages (via text or computer);
Pressure for sexual activity or a date; and
Sexual assault and rape
Please review the Shasta College
Guide to Title IX for more information.
Concerning Behavior- Behavioral Intervention Resource
Team (BIRT) Reporting Form:
The Shasta College BIRT is a member of NaBITA, the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association https://nabita.org/. As such, our vision is to make our campuses and workplaces safer environments where development, education, and caring intervention are fostered and encouraged.
Whether it is too combat bullying, prevent violence, support individuals with disabilities, empower the success of those suffering from mental health challenges, or assist those who are in crisis, our members are joined in common purpose and exploration of best practices.
Faculty, staff, students, and others may refer a student who may be struggling with academic, personal, or emotional difficulties or who may be exhibiting concerning behavior. Students referred will be contacted and offered assistance by Undergraduate Academic Services and/or the Office of the Dean of Students. Your concern will be routed to the appropriate office depending on the nature of the concern as described in the report.
While no fields on the form are required, we appreciate complete information where available. Referrals made using this form do not violate student privacy rights.
Standards of Conduct Violation Reporting Form:
The Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District's Standards of Conduct Policy is that students and visitors to a Shasta College campus are expected to obey all California State laws and all Federal laws which pertain to behavior on a college campus. To see the full list of standards, visit our Board Policy (BP) 5500.
It is the policy of
the District to provide an environment free of unlawful discrimination.
The District is committed to equal opportunity in educational programs,
employment, and access to institutional programs and activities.
The District, and each
individual who represents the District, shall provide access to its services,
classes, and programs without regard to race, religion, color, national origin,
ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic
information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status,
sexual orientation, or because he or she is perceived to have one or more of
the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group
with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
The District forbids
and will not tolerate any form of discrimination and has enacted administrative
procedures to assure equal opportunity and to recognize and eliminate
violations of this policy in accordance with Title 5 regulations and those of
other agencies that administer state and federal laws regarding
nondiscrimination. It is both illegal and prohibited by this policy to
retaliate against any individual for filing a complaint or participating in an
The Superintendent/President shall establish administrative
procedures that ensure all members of the college community can present
complaints regarding alleged violations of this policy and have their
complaints heard in accordance with the Title 5 regulations and those of other
agencies that administer state and federal laws regarding nondiscrimination.