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Reports will be investigated in accordance with University policy and the reporting individual's identity shall remain private at all times if said reporting individual wishes to maintain privacy.

If a reporting individual wishes to keep his/her identity anonymous, he or she may call the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion anonymously to discuss the situation and available options: When the accused is an employee, a reporting individual may also report the incident to the UB's Office of Employee Relations or may request that one of the above referenced confidential or private employees assist in reporting to Employee Relations.

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Additional disclosure and assistance options are catalogued by the Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and presented in several languages: by calling 1-800-942-6906), and assistance can also be obtained through: To disclose the incident to one of the following college officials who can offer privacy and provide information about remedies, accommodations, evidence preservation, and how to obtain resources.

Those officials will also provide information contained in the Students' Bill of Rights, including the right to choose when and where to report, to be protected by the institution from retaliation, and to receive assistance and resources from the institution.

(WKBW) - Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered a comprehensive inspection of the "Enough is Enough" law at all higher education institutions across the state Tuesday morning.

This will ensure all colleges and universities are fulfilling the law which protects students from sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking and are taking all actions necessary to investigate allegations of sexual assault on campus.7 Eyewitness News' reporting of the Niagara County Community College sexual assault issues highlight the need for a statewide review of universities and their compliance with the law."Enough is Enough" was signed into law in 2015 and is a leading policy to end sexual assault on college and university campuses across the country."As Governor of New York, but even more so as a father, the safety of New York's students is my top priority," Governor Cuomo said.

"New York led the nation by signing into law the strongest policy to combat sexual assault on college campuses, and now we are ensuring every university fully meets their obligations under that law.

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