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How to make a confidential report of strange or unusual behavior — KOPS Watch

赌钱app可以微信提现 has established a confidential report website for students, staff, faculty and visitors to report strange or unusual behavior on any college-owned or college-operated facility or at any college sponsored event or activity, either on or off campus. This includes service-learning trips, internship experiences or any off-campus, 赌钱app可以微信提现-sponsored gathering of students.

Use the confidential report website or call 1-888-258-3230 to report information in the following categories. Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Such reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. 

  • Criminal activity on or near the 赌钱app可以微信提现 campus: If you have information related to criminal activity that has already taken place, or may take place in the future, select this category to report it to the 赌钱app可以微信提现 Police Department.
  • Substance abuse or use: Substance abuse is defined as the misuse of both legal (prescription) and illegal drugs and/or alcohol.
  • Unusual or erratic behavior: Any behavior that is or seems to be inappropriate or beyond acceptable behavior standards should be reported.
  • Violent behavior: Report any willful, malicious or repeated behaviors involving bullying, stalking or excessive anger.
  • Welfare alert (concern for student): DO NOT use this for emergency situations. If you require emergency assistance, contact the 赌钱app可以微信提现 Police Department at ext. 4111 or 913-469-2500 from a non-campus phone. If you are off campus, contact 911 for the police agency nearest your location. Use this report if you are concerned for another student’s well being or if the student may need help with depression, grief, suicidal thoughts, stress management, substance abuse, or serious mental or physical illness.