REPORT A BIAS RELATED INCIDENT
Any member of the university community can make a report about a possible bias related incident.
Georgetown University has a rich tradition of embracing people from a wide spectrum of faiths, ethnicities, cultures and backgrounds.
The University considers acts of hate and bias unacceptable and antithetical to its commitment to an inclusive and respectful community.
Through the Bias Reporting System, Georgetown is able to track and review bias-related incidents, and provide information and support to individuals who make reports or participate in the bias reporting process. Individuals who file bias-related incidents may also choose to file formal complaints through appropriate University processes, which may lead to an investigation, following which the University can hold accountable those found responsible for violating University policies.
How do I submit a bias-related incident report?
Any member of the university community can make a report about a possible bias-related incident or hate crime
- through the Bias Reporting System, or
- by reporting a hate crime to the Georgetown University Police Department at (202) 687-4343 or the Georgetown Law Campus Police Department at (202) 662-9325
The Bias Reporting Team includes trained professionals from across Georgetown, including the Center for Multicultural Equity & Access, LGBTQ+ Resource Center, Women’s Center, Office of Residential Living, Office of Mission & Ministry, the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, & Affirmative Action (IDEAA), the Office of Equity & Inclusion (Georgetown Law), and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (School of Medicine).
Please Note: You should not use this form to report a sexual assault. Any report of a sexual assault through this system will be shared with the Title IX Coordinator. The confidential resources on campus for reporting sexual assault are Health Education Services and Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS).
Report an online or e-mail incident
Incidents of hate and bias involving e-mail, online harassment, or other forms of Internet abuse should also be reported through filing a bias incident report. A member of the Bias Team in consultation with University Information Services (UIS) will contact you.