All OWU employees, excluding the confidential resources detailed below, are mandatory reporters and must share all the details of the reports they receive with designated University officials. Complainants may want to consider carefully whether to share personally identifiable details with non-confidential employees.
Individuals are encouraged to report a concern directly to the Title IX Coordinator and/or Deputy Title IX Coordinators. University response may be limited if a designated staff member does not receive the complaint from the harmed individual.
Individuals may also submit a report online here.
On-campus Confidential Resources
Chaplain’s Office, Hamilton-Williams Campus Center 308,
Employee Assistance Program
Call Your ComPsych® GuidanceResources program anytime for confidential assistance.
Call: (855) 387-9727
TDD: (800) 697-0353
Your company Web ID: ONEAMERICA3
Go online: guidanceresources.com
Local Confidential Resources
Grady Memorial Hospital: hospital closest to OWU's campus
561 W Central Ave, Delaware, OH
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) available.
Riverside Methodist Hospital, 3535 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH
Delaware Health Dept.
3 W Winter St, Delaware, OH
Sliding scale fees, women’s clinic, HIV testing
Helpline, local crisis support center,
(740) 369-3316 or (800) 684-2324
Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO)
RAINN - Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network Hotline
Risk of Harm to Self or Others
Mental health professionals are required to disclose information where there is an imminent threat of the person harming themselves or others.
Ohio Medical Professional Reporting Requirements
In Ohio, medical professionals have distinct legally-mandated reporting responsibilities. Where a medical professional knows or has reasonable cause to believe that serious physical harm resulted from an offense of violence, the medical professional is required to make a report to law enforcement. Medical professionals must deem a patient medically stable before reporting and must communicate to the patient that the patient does not have to report and/or speak to the police. If the patient chooses not to speak to police at the time of the medical examination, the medical professional does not need to report the patient's name - only the date, general time, and general location of the experience.
Jess Ettell Irvine, Assistant Dean for Student Integrity & Community Standards, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Hamilton-Williams Campus Center, firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug Koyle, Associate Dean for Student Success, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Hamilton-Williams Campus Center 2nd floor, Dean of Students Office, email@example.com
Dwayne Todd, Vice President for Student Engagement and Success, Title IX Coordinator
Hamilton-Williams Campus Center 2nd floor, Dean of Students Office, firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Safety, Welch Hall 133
Delaware Police Department, 70 N Union St # 2, Delaware, OH,
(740) 203-1111 // 911