Bias Incident Reporting Form

Reporting Forms are for Non-emergency Incidents Only

Penn Police: 215-573-3333 or 511 from a campus phone
Counseling: 215-898-7021 option #1
University Help Line: 215-898-HELP (898-4357)

Every effort will be made to evaluate your report promptly, however, the timing and manner in which Penn addresses the report will depend upon the information provided and whether you wish to make a confidential report. Penn does not guarantee it will respond to reports. This form may be used to report incidents of bias involving Penn students, faculty, or staff. Please complete one form per incident.

You are not required to provide your name or contact information. Confidentiality will be maintained to the extent possible. However, the information contained in this report will be shared with appropriate University officials involved in any subsequent monitoring, investigation, or resolution of the incident. Penn takes the reports made through this site seriously. Please make your report as detailed as possible.

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In addition to, or instead of completing this form, you may contact one of the University’s confidential resource offices for advice and support.

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Citizenship Status/Immigration Status
Gender Identity or Gender Expression
Socioeconomic Status
Sexual Orientation
Political Views or Affiliation
Veteran Status

You may provide your name and request that it be held in confidence as the inquiry goes forward. If you request that your identity remain confidential, the person handling the inquiry will do so to the extent practicable and permitted by University policy and applicable laws. Penn’s ability to investigate allegations of misconduct and to take corrective action may be impeded if your identity is not provided to the person responding to the complaint. Depending on the nature of the allegations(s) raised (e.g. unlawful discrimination or sexual violence), conducting a fair and complete investigation may require that the full details of the incident, including your identity be shared. In those instances, all parties will be advised of the University’s policy against retaliation for making complaints.

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