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Sexual misconduct at Western Michigan University
In 2015, WMU changed way to report sexual assualt so that students and faculty members may give the intimate details of the event in a one-on-one interview with a Title IX employee as opposed to in front of a panel of their peers.
Experienced sexual misconduct
Taken advantage of while incapacitated
Didn't use WMU procedures to reportĀ  the incident
Females that said sexual misconduct was a problem
Taken from 2016 survey of 2,024 WMU students (12% of student population). Majority of participants were  heterosexual (86 %), white (84%), and female (63%).
Reporting Sexual Misconduct
Any University student, employee or third party who seeks to make a complaint or report may do one or more of the following.
Contact WMU Department of Public Safety
       Report  using the online form

  Contact Title IX Coordinator
       Contact the WMU department of Public Safety
   File  criminal complaint with local law enforcement
88.5%
11.5%
38%
62%
54%
46%
96%
Data taken from 2016 Title IX Sexual Misconduct and Safety Survey; WMU 2017 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report; The Western Herald (2015); and WMU Sexual Assualt and Misconduct  Policy (2018)