Victim of Violence
If you are concerned about a victim of violence (a bias incident, hate crime, sexual assault) please seek help with the following resources.
Bias Incident/Hate Crime
A bias incident is any act, including conduct, speech, or expression, in which a biased motive (against a race, religion, disability status, ethnicity/national origin, gender, sexual orientation) is a clear contributing factor. A hate crime is a bias incident that has risen to the level of a crime.
Relationship and Sexual Violence
UW Oshkosh students, faculty and staff who have experienced sexual abuse, dating violence, sexual harassment and/or stalking can receive support by contacting the Campus Victim Advocate. The Campus Violence Prevention Program (CVPP) is a campus and community partnership that provides free and confidential legal, medical and personal advocacy. The Campus Victim Advocate can be reached at (920) 424-2061 where they assist with:
- reporting to authorities
- safety planning
- restraining orders and
- support services
You may also report to any one of the following departments on campus.