Nicholls State University is committed to providing a safe and non-discriminatory learning, living, and working environment for all member of the University community.

CAMPUS SAFETY STATISTICS

1. June 29, 2021 is the effective date of the state statute for purposes of complying with the Title IX Coordinator reporting requirements under Act 472 for 2021-2022 Academic Year, Fall Semester only. Beginning with AY 2022-2023, Fall Semester reporting will have an effective date of August 1st.
2. In accordance with Act 472, the Chancellor’s report shall include the number of Responsible Employees (i.e.,employees) and Confidential Advisors for the institution.
3. In accordance with Act 472, the Chancellor’s report shall include the number and percentage of ResponsibleEmployees and Confidential Advisors who have completed annual training.
4. Although this section is not required by Act 472, for data collection purposes BOR requests statistics regarding a responsible employees’ failure to comply with reporting requirements.
5. In accordance with Act 472, the Chancellor’s report shall include (1) the number of Formal Complaints of power-based violence received by an institution, (2) the number of Formal Complaints which resulted in a finding that power-based violence violations occurred, (3) the number of Formal Complaints in which the finding of power-based violations resulted in discipline or corrective action, (4) the type of discipline or corrective action taken, and (5)the amount of time it took to resolve each Formal Complaint (see 2nd form).
6. In accordance with Act 472, the Chancellor’s report shall include information about retaliation which include the number of reports of retaliation, and any findings of any investigations or reports of retaliation.

[1] June 29, 2021 is the effective date for purposes of complying with the Title IX Coordinator’s reporting requirements under Act 472 for 2021-2022 Academic Year, Fall Semester only. Beginning with AY 2022-2023, Fall Semester reporting will have an effective date of August 1st.
[2] Information about Formal Complaints is specifically required to be included in the Chancellor’s report. For convenience, BOR Recommends the Title IX Coordinators’ reporting in the third column serve as the basis of information to be included in the Chancellor’s report, so effectively Title IX Coordinators can copy and paste their reports regarding Formal Complaints into the Chancellor’s report.
[3] Type of Complaint, Title IX or Power-Based Violence (PBV).
[4] Status of investigation as it pertains to Formal Complaints filed for an accusation of power-based violence or retaliation. If closed, length of time taken to resolve complaint.
[5] Type of power-based violence or retaliation alleged.
[6] Disposition of any disciplinary processes arising from the Formal Complaints.
[7] Institution should indicate where they are in the disciplinary status and also note if there was a sanction imposed and what sanction was imposed.
[8] Although not required by law, for data collection purposes BOR requests information pertaining to the gender of both the Complainant and Respondent.
[9] Although not required by law, for data collection purposes BOR requests information pertaining to the gender of both the Complainant and Respondent.

[1] June 29, 2021 is the effective date for purposes of complying with the Title IX Coordinator’s reporting requirements under Act 472 for 2021-2022 Academic Year, Fall Semester only. Beginning with AY 2022-2023, Fall Semester reporting will have an effective date of August 1st.
[2] As required by Act 472, Title IX Coordinators are to track and report to the chancellor the investigation status of power-based violence reports and the disposition of reports. For your convenience we have included two columns where Title IX Coordinators may account from the information required in the Acts as it relates to administrative reporting requirements for Title IX Coordinators.
[3] Information as to whether the report resulted in the filing of a Formal Complaint and the allegations contained therein.
[4] Information about Formal Complaints is specifically required to be included in the Chancellor’s report. For convenience, BOR Recommends the Title IX Coordinators’ reporting in the third column serve as the basis of information to be included in the Chancellor’s report, so effectively Title IX Coordinators can copy and paste their reports regarding Formal Complaints into the Chancellor’s report.
[5] Type of Complaint, Title IX or Power-Based Violence (PBV).
[6] Status of investigation as it pertains to Formal Complaints filed for an accusation of power-based violence or retaliation. If closed, length of time taken to resolve complaint.
[7] Type of power-based violence or retaliation alleged.
[8] Disposition of any disciplinary processes arising from the Formal Complaints.
[9] Institution should indicate where they are in the disciplinary status and also note if there was a sanction imposed and what sanction was imposed.
[10] Although not required by law, for data collection purposes BOR requests information pertaining to the gender of both the Complainant and Respondent.
[11] Although not required by law, for data collection purposes BOR requests information pertaining to the gender of both the Complainant and Respondent.

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In accordance with Act 447 of the 2021 Regular Legislative Session of the Louisiana Legislature and the Board of Regents Policy on Power-Based Violence/Sexual Misconduct, the University publishes a Power-Based Violence Crime Statistics Report that contains updated campus security policies and campus crime statistics.


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Per the State of Louisiana Board of Regents’ Uniform Policy on Power-Based Violence/Sexual Misconduct, Section XII.C

By February Fifteenth (15) of each year, each Institution’s campus police department shall submit a report containing the information required in Appendix C to the System President, the Institution’s Chancellor, and the Institution’s Title IX Coordinator.