Should you choose, there are formal reporting options available, both on-campus and off. To make a disclosure, file a formal report, or talk through the options available to you, contact the Sexual Violence Support Advisor for support and guidance at 587-393-3124 or email@example.com.
Reporting to the College
A formal report can be made to Bow Valley College when sexual violence happens and there is a connection to the College.
When a formal report is submitted, the College will take action and investigate. "Take action" means that the College will talk to other people involved with your permission. Click to view the flowchart and for more information about the investigation process.
Reports and identities are confidential. "Confidential" means that this information will only be told to people who need to know.
Filing a formal report may trigger an on-campus investigation. For information and support on the reporting and investigation process, contact the Sexual Violence Support Advisor at 587-393-3124 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reporting to the Police
A student can choose to make a report to the police about sexual violence through the Calgary Police Service or a local law enforcement agency (e.g. RCMP).
Emergencies where there is immediate danger or a suspect is in the area. Call 9-1-1.
For Non-emergency Reports
Within Calgary: Calgary Police Service: 403-266-1234
Outside Calgary: A report can be made to the local RCMP office if it is not an emergency. Locate the nearest RCMP Office
For information or support in filing a police report, contact the Sexual Violence Support Advisor at 587-393-3124 or email@example.com.