Procedures

Requester: 
Steinbaugh, Adam
Organization: 
FIRE
Initial Request Date: 
08/28/2018
Status: 
Requesting/Reviewing Records

This is a request for records pursuant to the Oregon Public Records Law (ORS 192.410 et seq.). If you are not the records custodian for the University of Oregon, please let me know the correct person I should contact. This request seeks records relating to Title IX training procedures, as part of a survey of major colleges and universities across the country.   RECORDS REQUESTED I request the following records: 

  1. Any document consisting of or reflecting guides, presentations, slideshows, video or audio recordings, policy statements, or other materials that the institution has used within the past 12 months, or has already been prepared for use within the next 12 months, to train or inform students, faculty members, and/or staff members on how to take part in and/or fulfill their roles or potential roles in the institution’s disciplinary or other administrative processes regarding:
    1. Sexual assault
    2. Sexual harassment
    3. Gender-based harassment
    4. Domestic violence
    5. Dating violence
    6. Stalking
    7. Sexual misconduct of any kind, however defined by the institution
    8. Any accusation or offense covered by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, also known as 20 U.S.C. 38, Section 1681 et seq.
  2. Any document consisting of or reflecting any contract, agreement, memorandum of understanding, purchase order, or retainer agreement entered into within the last 24 months with any firm, organization, individual, or other entity, where the document concerns the use of materials or services pertaining to the subject matter described in Section 1, specifically including (but not limited to) training programs for students, faculty, and/or staff members that address the issues described in Section 1, above.
  3. Any document consisting of, or reflecting any budget for, the funding of the process of training or informing students, faculty members, and/or staff members on how to take part in and/or fulfill their roles or potential roles in the institution’s disciplinary or other administrative processes, as described in Sections 1 and 2 above, for the institution’s current fiscal year, immediate past fiscal year, and (if available) upcoming fiscal year.
Request ID: 
2019-069