Each member of the UVM community has a shared responsibility to maintain a safe and healthy campus. Early recognition and intervention when there are concerns, large or small, is essential. Campus safety is enhanced when community members identify and report issues of all types, including behavior of concern, in a caring and timely manner.
Early identification of concerns enables early intervention to more effectively address issues, including risks and behaviors that are threatening or significantly disruptive to the learning, living, and working environment.
Concerns can come in a number of forms, on a number of topics, ranging from emergent issues - which should be reported via 911 immediately - to a number of other categories listed below. Some concerns may be operational, such as suggested process improvements to the way the university functions. Every member of the UVM community is encouraged to make constructive suggestions for operational innovation.
Our goal is to encourage reports of concerns to improve operations and to intervene swiftly, ensuring accountability and enabling the ability for early intervention at the lowest possible level to repair and prevent further concerns/harms. You may or may not know what category a report might fall into. That is ok. If you do not know how to categorize a report, simply choose the "I don't know/Other" selection below.
For additional details about reporting threats and concerning behavior please visit our threat recognition and reporting page.