Stanford students now have two options for reporting incidents of sexual or relationship violence to Stanford. They can use a new tool called Callisto if they are not yet sure how they want to proceed. Callisto is a third-party online platform that allows you to document your experience with unwanted sexual conduct or relationship violence, time-stamp it in a secure web environment, and choose whether and when to submit it to the university as a formal report. The website is https://stanford.callistocampus.org.
Students who have decided that they want to submit a formal report and all faculty and employees who are Responsible Employees reporting incidents of sexual violence and harassment should contact Jill Thomas, Title IX Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (650) 497-4955 or Kingscote Gardens (2nd Floor), 419 Lagunita Drive, Stanford, CA 94305-8231.
Reports emailed to the Title IX Office should include the following information if known (and don’t worry if you don’t have all of this information as is often the case):
- Name of Responsible Employee making report
- Name of impacted party (Complainant)
- Name of accused party (Respondent)
- Date and time disclosure made to the Responsible Party
- Approximate date and time that incident occurred
- Where incident occurred
- What happened (or what you think happened if you were asleep or incapacitated)/What was disclosed
- Whether you are asking for immediate help from the Title IX Office such as:
- A no contact order
- Housing accommodations
- Academic accommodations