Call 911 in an Emergency or if You or Someone Else is in Imminent Danger
Caution: Please be aware that phone, tablet, computer and other device activity may be monitored. It can be safer for victims and survivors to obtain information using a device a perpetrator does not have potential access to. For more information, visit or contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline • 800.799.7233 or 800.787.3224 (TTY).
Federal and state laws and CSU/Cal State LA policies prohibit dating and domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking, and other forms of misconduct. This prohibition applies to students, employees, and others; as well as to conduct both on and off-campus. Perpetrators can be subject to campus sanctions such as suspension, expulsion, and employment termination; as well as arrest, criminal prosecution, restitution, and civil justice. Victims and survivors have numerous rights granted by federal and state laws (see Survivors' Rights). Additionally, dating and domestic violence, sexual violence and sexually motivated stalking are also considered to be Title IX violations.
How Cal State LA addresses and responds to these crimes and related misconduct — from prevention programming to incident response and perpetrator accountability to victim and survivor assistance — is defined by federal and state laws, as well as California State University (CSU) executive orders (system-wide policies).
Quick Facts on Related Laws
- Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (California Penal Code §11164-11174.3);
- Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act (California Welfare and Institutions Code §15600 - 15675);
- Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act (20 USC 1092(f) - including amendments by the Campus SaVE Act / Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013);
- Rape and Sexual Assault Education Programs (California Education Code §67390-93);
- Reports of Injuries (California Penal Code §11160-63.6)
- Sex Offenders (California Penal Code §290.01);
- Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (34 CFR Part 106).
- Identify campus requirements for the education and training of students, faculty and staff;
- Outline university response obligations in relation to ending current incidents, preventing future occurrences, and addressing the negative impact of these incidents;
- Prohibit and protect against retaliation;
- Require policy violators be held accountable for their actions;
- Mandate the offering of survivor assistance accommodations, services, and resources, when requested and reasonably available;
- Require specific types of incident and crime reporting by campus security authorities, medical personnel, professional counselors, domestic violence and sexual assault advocates, "responsible employees," and other employees.
- Require registered sex offenders to register with University Police, and the University to inform campus community members where law enforcement information concerning sex offenders may be obtained.
Cal State LA and CSU Policies & Procedures
Cal State LA Policies and Procedures
This document is the University’s annual notification of its commitment to nondiscrimination, Title IX of the Education Amendment Act of 1972, related antidiscrimination, harassment and retaliation University policy, federal and state legislation as well as the University policy on the prohibition of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct and its compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
This procedure outlines Cal State LA's responsibility to compile and publish crime statistics in an Annual Security Report; and identifies Cal State LA campus security authorities and their training and reporting obligations. In addition, the procedure includes links to the Campus Security Authorities Crime & Incident Report Form.
This statement affirms Cal State LA's commitment to equality of opportunity for all individuals. The statement also includes information on filing complaints for those who believe they have been discriminated against or harassed based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, or veteran status.
This policy prohibits violent acts, threats of violence and any other behavior which by intent, action, or outcome harms another person.
This document outlines standards for student conduct and the grounds for student discipline. Prohibited behaviors include dishonesty, conduct that threatens or endangers the health and safety of others, hazing, theft, and other forms of misconduct.
This notice affirms "The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities." The statement is accompanied by CSU Executive Order 1095 which identifies prohibited conduct and includes answers to questions victims and survivors may have related to Cal State LA options — What should I do? Who should I contact? What reporting options do I have? As a reporter, am I protected from retaliation? What else might happen if I notify University Police? What CSU procedures are available? What are the CSU definitions of sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and consent?
CSU Executive Orders
- CSU Executive Order 1083
- Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect
- CSU Executive Order 1095
Systemwide Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking Policy.
- CSU Executive Order 1096
Systemwide Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking against Employees and Third Parties and Systemwide Procedure for Addressing Such Complaints by Employees and Third Parties.
- CSU Executive Order 1097
- Systemwide Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation, Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking against Students and Systemwide Procedure for Addressing Such Complaints by Students.
Accomodation Requests | Complaints | Safety Measures
Who to Contact
- Title IX Officer
- Deputy Title IX Coordinators
Anne Larson, Senior Associate Director for Intercollegiate Athletics: PE 105 • 323.343.5243 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Palmer, Director, Housing and Residence Life • Housing Services Phase 2 • 323.343.4804 • email@example.com
Hannah Passano, Investigator/ADA Compliance Specialist • Administration 606 • 323.343.3679 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Roberts-Corb, Assistant Dean for Student Conduct: SA 115A • 323.343.3103 • email@example.com
- Complaint Form (Attachment A of Executive Order 1096)
- Student Complaint Form (Attachment A of Executive Order 1097)
An agreement with the East Los Angeles Women's Center (ELAWC) has established on-campus advocacy services available to students.
- Students who wish to meet with the ELAWC Advocate should contact the East Los Angeles Women's Center at 323.526.5819 or 800.585.6231.
On-campus appointments (Student Health Center, Station 4, 2nd floor) are available Mondays, 1-5 p.m. and Thursdays, 9a.m.-1 p.m.
- These services are not associated with the Student Health Center.
- Students (and others) may also contact the East Los Angeles Women's Center (800.585.6231) | 1431 S. Atlantic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90022) to seek services at the ELAWC facility. Additional agencies which offer assistance may be found through 24-hour hotlines.
Call 911 for all emergencies.
- Los Angeles Police Department
- Hollenbeck Community Police Station: 323.343.4100
- Community Police Station Locator
- University Police: North end of Lot 1 • 323.343.3700 (Call 911 for emergencies)
- On-Campus Advocate
- Michelle Pereira, East Los Angeles Women's Center: 323.526.5819 | 800.585.6231
- Student Health Center Hours: Mondays 1-5 p.m. and Thursdays 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): 323.343.3314
- Medical and Health Education Services: 323.343.3302
A respondent is an individual (California State University employee or student; third party) alleged to have violated University policies.
- Cal State LA Respondent Advisor
- Christopher Johnson, Assistant Director, New Student and Parent Programs: SA 106 • 323.343.3195 • firstname.lastname@example.org
U.S. Department of Education Resources
- California Law, State of California
- Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education
- Office of the Law Revision Counsel, U.S. House of Representatives
- Beyond Title IX: Guidelines for Preventing and Responding to Gender-based Violence in Higher Education (Futures Without Violence)
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