Victim's Bill of Rights
Regardless of whether or not a victim chooses to report the crime, protective measures will be provided if the victim requests them and if they are reasonably available.
You Have the Right to:
» Be informed of all reporting options
» Be free from pressure to make a criminal report
» Have any allegations investigated and adjudicated by the appropriate campus, civil and criminal authorities. This includes:
- Sexual assault
- Domestic violence
- Dating violence
» Be notified of exiting campus community services whether or not the crime is reported to campus or civil authorities. This includes:
- Victim advocacy
- Legal assistance
- Visa and immigration assistance
- Student financial aid assistance
- Counseling and mental health services
» Be informed of options for, available assistance in, and how to request changes to academic, living, and working situations, as well as protective measures offered by UNO.
Options for Making a Report
Filing a Criminal Complaint
Victims of sexual assault can file a criminal complaint by contacting:
UNO Public Safety
Phone: 402.554.2911 or 402.554.2648
Omaha Police Department
Main Phone: 402.444.5600
Filing a Complaint with UNO
In addition to, or in lieu of of filing a criminal complaint, students who feel they have been the victim of sexual harassment, assault, or misconduct have the right to file a complaint with the university at any time even if the police conclude they do not have sufficient evidence for a criminal violation.
A complaint of this nature against a student, employee or other person connected with the University of Nebraska Omaha can be filed by the Title IX Coordinator. You can make a report via:
The State of Nebraska has two types of protection orders. Learn more at the Nebraska State Patrol website.
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