In addition to the reporting guidance listed above for instances of suspected child abuse, OSU internal reporting protocol should be followed to ensure effective response to the following types of incidents:
Major injuries of youth participant(s), employees or volunteers that require professional medical attention or injuries that are caused by unsafe conditions or hazards in the program environment, including injuries that are the result of employee/volunteer action or inaction.
- Report to: 9-1-1 if emergency; also report internally via OSU’s Public Incident Reporting Form
A threat of serious harm to self or others, and anything with potential to escalate and require intervention by emergency services or law enforcement (e.g., missing child, safety concerns).
- Report to: 9-1-1 if emergency; on-campus non-emergency to Department of Public Safety Dispatch (541-737-3010)
A known or suspected felony-level criminal offense or Clery Act Crime committed at a program site or university sponsored activity.
- Report to: 9-1-1 if emergency; on-campus non-emergency to Department of Public Safety Dispatch (541-737-3010) and submit a CSA Crime Reporting Form, if applicable
Actions affecting participation in or access to programs or services, such as termination or withdrawal of any youth participant(s), employees or volunteers, that may raise reasonable concerns of discrimination, harassment, bullying or retaliation.
- Report to: Office of Equal Opportunity and Access (541-737-3556) or Submit a Concern to EOA via online form
content edited 10-23-2019