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Emergency
Services

  • Crisis Intervention

  • On-Campus Referrals

  • On-Campus Resource Information

  • Assistance Reporting to UW

  • Academic Support (Authorized Absences)

  • Safety Planning

  • Accompaniment through UW Process/Investigations

  • Sexual Assault Response, Information, Support, & Assistance

  • Protection Orders (Sexual Assualt, Domestic Violence, Stalking)

  • Court Escort

  • Medical Accompaniemnt

  • Shelter

  • Lock-Changing

  • Emergency Phones

OnGoing Services

  • Academic Support (Working with Faculty)

  • Help Navigating UW Processes

  • Mental Health and Community Resource Referral

  • Campus and Community Education

  • Use of Office Space and Supplies

  • Language Translation Services

CAMPUS HELP

We'd love to hear from you

SAFE
Campus Advocate

307-766-5179

LIBBY
THORSON

Sexual Misconduct
Investigator

 student
health services

jim
osborn

Title IX
Coordinator

307-766-3434

UWPD

Katrina

307-766-3296

307-766-2130

307-766-5228

Title IX

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.

Clery ACt

This Act is a federal law that requires colleges to report crimes that occur "on campus" and school safety policies. This information is available each year in an Annual Security Report (ASR), which can be found on your school's website. The Clery Act also requires schools to have timely warning when there are known risks to public safety on campus.

The Clery Act also contains the Campus Sexual Assault Victim's Bill of Rights, which requires colleges to disclose education programming, campus disciplinary process, and victim rights regarding sexual violence complaints.

307-766-5228

307-766-5228

307-766-5228

307-766-5228

reporting at uw

There are two ways to make a formal report. Survivors can choose either option, neither option, or both options.

  • Report to the University

  • Report to UWPD

    • UWPD Dispatch: 307-766-5179​

    • Anonymous reporting available at here

All of our services are free and confidential. We do not discriminate for access to services on the basis of real or perceived race/ethnicity, language, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, (dis)ability, social class, economic status, education, marital status, religious affiliation, residency, HIV status, sexual preference, or national origin.

 

SAFE Project is sponsored by the Office of the Attorney General, Division of Victim Services

307-742-7273

319 South Lincoln St.
Laramie, WY 82070

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