Create a Safe, Compliant and Ethical Campus

Campus Confidential is an online and mobile platform to provide students, faculty, campus staff, visitors and contractors a Confidential and Anonymous system to report incidents.

It includes a Case Management solution to help quickly and effectively investigate and resolve cases.

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Benefits

of an Incident Reporting and Case Management System

Early Warning
The best time to deal with a problem is now. Help your high school, college or university address problems before they get any worse.
Increase Trust
Increase student and campus staff trust in your reporting system. Reduce the fear of retaliation through prompt handling of allegations, keeping the reporter informed and always being transparent.
Stay Compliant
Meet the compliance regulations and federal laws governing high schools, colleges and universities, including the Campus Sex Prevention Act, the Clery Act, Title IX and sections 485 and 493 of the Higher Education Opportunity Act.
Minimize Risk and Prevent Lawsuits
Reduce the risk of financial and reputational losses. Identify potential offenders by providing a safe and secure method for students and campus staff to share their concerns or to report an incident. Help prevent legal action against your your institution for negligence.
Online & mobile reporting hotline

A platform to submit confidential or anonymous reports via web, tablet or mobile.

An option to report in one of 10 different languages.

Intuitive reporting interface that takes as little as 10 minutes to complete.

Supporting documents can be attached (e.g. videos, photos, screenshots & documents).

Reporters can print and save a copy of the report.

Reporter dashboard

Check case status.

Correspond confidentially or anonymously with case officers.

Add additional evidence and information.

Case management

Reviewing Case Status in Dashboard.

Messaging (to Reporters & Case Officers).

Tracking Tasks.

Attaching Evidence.

Recording Investigation Notes.

Analyzing Route Causes of the incident and subject.

Logging date & time stamps and timeline of investigation activity.

Case routing & policy management

Assign Case Administrators according to the type of incident and location.

Assign Case Owners.

Flag whether an incident is a regulatory infringement.

Link compliance and HR procedural policies to incident types for easy access during the investigation and resolution process.

Tailored for Clery Act Requirements

Triggers a campus alert when a crime represents an ongoing threat to the safety of students and employees.

Includes the four required crime reporting categories.

Includes the four required geographic location categories.

Captures the statistics of the number of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking incidents.

Captures statistics of new categories of Hate Crimes.

Analytics

Create Board-ready reports.
A data-analytics section helps management get a snapshot of:

Stages of all cases.

Case activity by date.

Case activity by location.

Case activity by department.

Number of cases by reporter type.

Number of cases by incident type.

Root Cause Analysis.

The Clery Act Annual Security Report (ASR) crime statistics.

On Campus Awareness

Every institution receives awareness materials in the form of:

Downloadable posters for placement in common areas.

Downloadable wallet-size cards.

Website & email buttons.

Prevent assaults & save lives*
696,000
Each year an estimated 696,000 students are asssaulted by another student who has been drinking.
1 in 5
1 in 5 women are sexually assaulted in college, and many men as well.
10%
Less than 10% of students who are sexually assaulted report it to the college or to the police.
60%
It is estimated 60% of college sexual assaults would be prevented by stopping predators after their first offense.
*Source: National Sexual Violence Resource Center 2015 and RAINN 2018.
“An anonymous hotline platform addresses 90% of the concerns that students have about reporting sexual assaults.
Fear of retaliation, hostile treatment, not being taken seriously and reluctance to involve family,
are the top reasons that the majority of sexual assaults go unreported.”
Jackie Jenkins-Scott, President emeritus of Wheelock College, Board of Advisors
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