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WWRC employees are expected to immediately accompany any client reporting or otherwise suspected of being a victim of sexual assault to Student Health and to cooperate with any police investigation, as relevant. At all times, treat the client with respect and maintain professional levels of confidentiality.
Immediately upon notification, the WWRC Police Department automatically assumes the lead on all cases of suspected sexual assault. Under certain circumstances and when deemed necessary by the WWRC Police Department, the Virginia State Police will be contacted to take the lead on all aspects of certain investigations. Specific roles and responsibilities for designated staff positions are delineated below.
Staff Roles and Responsibilities
Student Health Roles & Responsibilities
WWRC Police Department Roles & Responsibilities
WWRC Deputy Director or After Hours Administrator Roles & Responsibilities
WWRC Rehabilitation Counseling Division Director Roles & Responsibilities
WWRC Rehabilitation Counselor Roles & Responsibilities
Coordination with the WWRC Title IX Coordinator
The WWRC Police Department is required to report incidents of sexual violence to the WWRC Title IX Coordinator if the complainant consents. The WWRC Title IX Coordinator should be available to assist the WWRC Police Department regarding appropriate response to reports of sexual violence. The Title IX Coordinator should also be given access to campus police investigation notes and findings as necessary for the Title IX investigation, as long as it does not compromise the criminal investigation.