Submit a Report
You have the option to report domestic and sexual violence to on-campus authorities, off-campus authorities, or both. With on-campus reporting, our primary goal is to help you navigate any processes you choose to pursue, and provide you with support customized to meet your needs.
Employee Reporting Obligations
LSU employees who witness or are told about an incident of sexual misconduct are obligated by to report it to LSU’s Title IX coordinator at 225-578-9000 or file a report using the links above. Find more information in the Mandated Reporter Guide.
Survivors of an incident are not obligated to report. Survivors have the option to report sexual misconduct to on-campus authorities, off-campus authorities, or both. With on-campus reporting, our primary goal is to help you navigate any processes you choose to pursue, and provide you with support customized to meet your needs. Anyone in immediate danger should always call 911 first.
Reporting to the Police
Many forms of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, and stalking, are crimes. If you have experienced an incident such as this, we hope you will decide to report the incident to the police. While there is no way to change what has happened, you have the right to seek justice and may be able to help stop sexual misconduct/violence from happening to someone else. However, you are not legally obligated to report and reporting is not a commitment to prosecute.
In case of emergency, please call 911.
- Submit an Anonymous Tip to LSU Police
- LSU Police — 225-578-3231
- Baton Rouge Police — 225-389-2000
- Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office — 225-389-5000
- Louisiana State Police — 225-754-8500
I'm not ready to report. What are my options?
We would still like to hear from you. If you are not sure whether you are ready to report, confidential assistance is available to you. You can discuss your reporting options and how to proceed with a confidential resource to make a decision that feels best for you.