TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

If you or someone you know has been subjected to sexual harassment, sexual violence or any other form of sex-based discrimination under Title IX, you have a variety of ways report such misconduct.

REPORT DIRECTLY TO A UNIVERSITY OFFICIAL :

ELECTRONIC REPORTING OPTION

Individuals may submit a report online through the TellSomebody.tamu.edu online report form.
Individuals have the option to provide contact information or submit the report anonymously. Reports submitted anonymously or with limited information may limit the ability to follow up on an incident. Once a report is submitted online, a copy is emailed to the Special Situations Team for appropriate review and necessary action. NOTE: Confidentiality cannot be guaranteed for reports submitted through this site. State law determines confidentiality.

Confidential Resources

In most cases, mental health providers are not required to, nor may, report an incident that in any way identifies the employee or student concerned without their consent. However, if an imminent harm situation is present, the counselor must take action to protect whoever is at risk.  Please visit the Resources page for more information on locating a mental health provider

Reporting to Law Enforcement

Individuals have the option of notifying law enforcement authorities including university police, local law enforcement, or law enforcement located in the city/location in which the incident occurred. An anonymous "Jane/John Doe" report can be filed with the police while deciding whether to pursue criminal charges.

University Police Department

Bryan Police Department

College Station Police Department

Brazos County Sheriff’s Department

Reporting to a Federal Agency

The United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is a federal agency responsible for enforcing Title IX. Information regarding filing a complaint with OCR can be found online.

If you or someone you know has been subjected to sexual harassment, sexual violence or any other form of sex-based discrimination under Title IX, you may report such misconduct or file a formal complaint with the Title IX Office or official contacts listed below:

A university employee who witnesses or is informed about incidents of sexual discrimination, sexual harassment (including sexual violence), and/or related retaliation is responsible for promptly reporting the incident. Other members of the campus community and the public should also promptly report such incidents. More information about privacy and confidentiality of reports.

If the Alleged Offender is a:

Contact: Dr. Todd Sutherland Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
Texas A&M University Galveston Campus
Seibel Student Services Center #101G
Galveston, TX 77553
sutherlt@tamug.edu
409.740.4598
Contact: Dr. Blanca Lupiani Dean of Faculties
108 YMCA Building College Station, TX 77843
dofinvestigations@tamu.edu
979.845.4274
Contact: Dr. Jeffrey Boyer Executive Director of Human Resources
Texas A&M University Galveston Campus
Powell Marine Engineering Complex #124
Galveston, TX 77553
boyerj@tamug.edu
409-740-4503
Contact: Dr. Jeffrey Boyer Executive Director of Human Resources
Texas A&M University Galveston Campus
Powell Marine Engineering Complex #124
Galveston, TX 77553
boyerj@tamug.edu
409-740-4503

Confidential Resources

In most cases, mental health providers are not required to, nor may, report an incident that in any way identifies the employee or student concerned without their consent. However, if an imminent harm situation is present, the counselor must take action to protect whoever is at risk.  Please visit the Resources page for more information on locating a mental health provider

Reporting to Law Enforcement

Individuals have the option of notifying law enforcement authorities including university police, local law enforcement, or law enforcement located in the city/location in which the incident occurred. An anonymous “Jane/John Doe” report can be filed with the police while deciding whether to pursue criminal charges.

Texas A&M University at Galveston Police Department

Galveston Police Department

Galveston County Sheriff’s Department

Reporting to a Federal Agency

The United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is a federal agency responsible for enforcing Title IX. Information regarding filing a complaint with OCR can be found online.