Just Report It (JRI) is the University's online system for reporting:
- Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Violence
- Bias and Discrimination/Harassment
- Clery Act Compliance (by CSAs)
- Interference with Speech Rights
- Youth Protection
- Preventing & Addressing Threats or Acts of Violence
You may access Confidential Resources if you wish to discuss a concern or incident without reporting to the University at this time. Information you share with Confidential Resources will not be disclosed to University officials or any other person except in extremely limited circumstances.
University students and employees may make a report through JRI concerning:
Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Violence
Sexual Harassment as defined by Title IX, which includes Quid Pro Quo Harassment, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, and Stalking on the basis of sex in an education program or activity (“Title IX Prohibited Conduct”) and other forms of sexual and gender-based misconduct, including Non-Consensual Sexual Contact, Non-Consensual Sexual Intercourse, Sexual Exploitation, Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking, Quid Pro Quo Harassment, Hostile Environment Harassment, Complicity in the commission of any act prohibited by this policy, and Retaliation against a person for the good faith reporting of any of these forms of conduct or participation in any investigation or proceeding under this policy (“Sexual or Gender-Based Prohibited Conduct”) (collectively, “Prohibited Conduct”) under the University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy.
Bias or Discrimination/Harassment on the basis of age, color, disability, family medical or genetic information, gender identity or expression, marital status, military status (which includes active duty service members, reserve service members, and dependents), national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status under the University’s Preventing and Addressing Discrimination and Harassment (PADH) policy.
Hazing is a crime in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is prohibited in accordance with University policy and the University’s Standards of Conduct. The University does not condone hazing in any form. Hazing is defined as any action or situation created by one or more members, advisors, or coaches of a student organization (including athletic teams) toward other organization members or prospective members that intentionally or recklessly threatens or produces mental or physical harassment, humiliation, fatigue, degradation, ridicule, shock, or injury. The action or situation is in connection with initiation, admission, affiliation, or ongoing membership in the organization, may occur with or without the consent of the participants, and may occur on or off University Property.
Clery Act Compliance for University officials designated as Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 (Clery Act).
Interference with Speech Rights
Non-emergency reports concerning any incident of disruption of constitutionally protected speech (including, but not limited to distribution of literature or public speaking under the University's Use of University Facilities or Property and Limits on Direct Solicitation and Advertising Policy). See the Free Speech website.
All affiliated persons, visiting faculty/scholars, volunteers, and third party members of the University community who, in their professional or official capacity have reason to suspect child abuse or neglect, must report the matter immediately to the local department of social services of the county or city wherein the child resides or wherein the abuse or neglect is believed to have occurred or to the Virginia Department of Social Services (DSS) toll-free child abuse and neglect hotline 1-800-552-7096 and to the University of Virginia Office of Youth Protection.
Preventing & Addressing Threats or Acts of Violence
Violent and/or threatening behavior encompasses a range of activities occurring on or off University or Medical Center grounds and generates reasonable concern for personal or community safety. For more information, see the UVA Threat Assessment website.
You must be a University student or employee to make a report through Just Report It (JRI). If you are not a University student or employee, you may report information by contacting the relevant office (see above).
Any report you make through Just Report It (JRI) will identify you as the reporter. If you wish to report an incident anonymously, you may download and print a PDF reporting form and transmit or deliver the completed form to the appropriate office, as listed below, either by e-mail or by phone from a restricted number or e-mail address—without revealing your identity. If you are reporting anonymously, please provide as much information as possible, including the time, date, and location of the incident and a detailed description of the incident. Note that consistent with University policy, Responsible Employees may not report anonymously.
(Please note that the University’s ability to respond effectively to the information you provide may be limited in the case of anonymous reporting.)
- Title IX Office
O'Neil Hall, Room 037
(Title IX Policy)
- EOCR Main Office
Washington Hall (Hotel B), East Range
- Office of the Dean of Students
Peabody Hall, Second Floor
(Bias, Hazing and Interference with Speech Rights)
- The Hazing Hotline
(434) 243-HAZE (4293)
Whether or not you make a report, you may discuss an incident confidentially with any of the following Confidential Resources:
- Student Health Counseling & Psychological Services, 434-243-5150
- Student Health General Medicine, 434-982-3915
- The Women’s Center Counseling Staff and Confidential Advocate, 434-982-2252
- University Faculty Employee Assistance Program, 434-243-2643
- University Ombuds, email@example.com, 434-924-7819
See a complete list of Confidential Resources located at the University and within the local community.