As of March 16, 2020, the Title IX Office is working remotely but is available by phone and video conferencing to respond to student needs. Please email email@example.com if you have questions, concerns or to set up an appointment.
You Have Options
Persons who have experienced sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, or stalking, have a number of different options available for reporting. To discuss reporting options confidentially, please contact the Safe Office at 336.758.5285 (available 24/7).
Jessica Harris Telligman, JD
Interim Title IX Coordinator
Interim Section 504 Coordinator
Assistant Director, Title IX Office
Wake Forest University
1834 Wake Forest Road \ Reynolda Hall \ Suite 307
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
The Compliance Hotline can be reached toll free at 1.877.880.7888 or by submitting an online report at www.tnwinc.com/reportline. Both methods of reporting are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, can be accessed from any location, and are available in numerous languages. To ensure caller confidentiality and anonymity, this service is administered by an independent company, The Network.
Compliance Hotline reports of sexual misconduct are forwarded to the University Title IX Coordinator.
Winston-Salem Police Department (Non-Confidential)
101 N. Main St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Emergencies: 911 | Non-emergencies 336-773-7700
University Police (Non-Confidential)
P.O. Box 7686
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
Phone On Campus: 911
Cell or Off Campus: 336.758.5911
Non Emergency: 336.758.5591
A copy of the police report may also be submitted to the University Title IX Coordinator for an investigation and for possible action through the applicable conduct process if the accused is a University student. The Police should inform victims about available victim assistance and advocacy resources at the Safe Office and Family Services.
Download the LiveSafe App: LiveSafe is a free personal mobile application for Wake Forest University students, staff, and faculty to engage in a two-way conversation with WFU Police. With LiveSafe, you can use your cell phone as a personal security device that allows direct access to police, 911 emergency services, emergency location sharing, information sharing with quick tips, and a peer-to-peer SafeWalk tool. Registration with a Wake Forest University email address is encouraged.
To download the Wake Forest LiveSafe App, visit the Apple App Store (for iPhones) or Google Play Store (for Androids).
- Search for and download “LiveSafe”.
- Register with your email and fill out your profile. Be sure to verify your email address.
- Choose “Wake Forest University” as your school.
The University provides an option for anonymous reporting of campus crime by the crime victim or a third party reporting on behalf of a crime victim. To fill out an online crime reporting form go to: police.wfu.edu/services/witness/
Deputy Title IX Coordinators serve as school liaisons to the Title IX Office and accept reports of sexual misconduct. Deputy Title IX Coordinators are not confidential resources and are required to forward reports to the University Title IX Coordinator.
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