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The report includes statistics for the previous three calendar years (2017, 2018, and 2019) concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus and in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by WSU. In accordance with the Clery Act, the statistics contained in this report are limited to specific crimes occurring within a designated geographic area.
WSU Tri-Cities Campus Security has a working relationship with local law enforcement agencies and may request information from those agencies related to police investigations that impact WSU, or provide assistance as requested. Law enforcement agencies may share information with WSU where it is legally permissible to do so. Campus Security Officers do not have authority to arrest individuals, and rely on a close working relationship with Richland PD to assist with receive information about incidents involving WSU students and recognized student organizations.
Even if a survivor does not want to report an experience, survivors are still encouraged to seek support from WSU Compliance and Civil Rights, the Office of the Dean of Students, and/or WSU Tri-Cities Counseling Services. A report is not required to request services. WSU will also assist with facilitating a student or employee report to law enforcement, at the request of the student or employee.
Victims/survivors are encouraged to report to law enforcement. Even if they are not sure if they want to report for criminal investigation, they are encouraged to preserve evidence, which may include seeking a sexual assault forensic exam. Victims/survivors are also encouraged to seek care and support, including advocacy services, medical treatment and/or counseling services. Reporters are urged to preserve any evidence and to also seek medical and counseling services. Law enforcement can assist with filing criminal charges or pursuing a no contact order. To make a report of sexual violence to law enforcement, call 911 for immediate emergency assistance or contact the Richland Police Department at 509-628-0333. The following guidelines may be considered when reporting to law enforcement:
CCR shares information about cases only on a need-to-know basis but cannot guarantee confidentiality. Although CCR does not share reporting information with law enforcement unless required to do so, CCR investigators notify victims/survivors of their option to report to on-campus or local police, to have campus authorities assist them in notifying law enforcement of a sexual violence incident, and decline to notify such authorities.
A victim/survivor may decide to disclose the incident to a confidential resource, local law enforcement, and/or may report to WSU Compliance and Civil Rights (CCR) for an investigative response by WSU, or to local law enforcement. A victim/survivor may decline to notify authorities, including CCR and/or law enforcement. CCR can also assist the victim/survivor in notifying law enforcement, if a victim/survivor elects to do so. CCR will not share information regarding reports made to the university with law enforcement, unless required to do so by law or requested to do so by the victim/survivor.
The report includes statistics for the previous three calendar years (2017, 2018, and 2019) concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus and in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by WSU. In accordance with the Clery Act, the statistics contained in this report are limited to specific crimes occurring within a designated geographic area. While WSU Tri-Cities does have academic and research spaces off-campus, there are no recognized student organizations or student housing facilities with off-campus locations. 350c69d7ab