Report an Incident or Concern

Reporting forms are for non-emergency reporting only. If any person may be danger, call 911 immediately. Reports will be reviewed within one to two business days of submission. Based on the type of report, you may be contacted for additional information (if you provide your name or contact information). Though anonymous reports are permitted, doing so may limit the university’s ability to investigate and/or respond.

After a report is submitted, appropriate university staff will receive information and referrals will be forwarded to the case manager and other select university services for review. Depending on the urgency, a number of immediate actions may be taken. Once reviewed, the case manager will usually contact the person making the referral to learn additional information. This often happens within 24 hours of the referral. The case manager is generally interested in learning more about the student involved and any interventions that have already taken place.

Based on the information provided, the case manager may reach out to the student to establish a meeting time and discuss the concerns that have been raised. These meetings are designed to provide support and structure so the student involved can maximize his or her potential. Where appropriate, the case manager may assist the student by connecting him or her with appropriate resources on campus and helping the student to navigate the university’s policies and procedures. In rare situations involving a potential threat to other members of the university community, the student may be asked to participate in additional assessment to ensure the safety of the campus community.

Not all referrals result in a face-to-face meeting with the student. In many situations, the case manager consults the person making the referral to ensure that the student involved is connected to the appropriate resources on campus. When possible and appropriate, the case manager will update the person making the referral on the actions that have been taken. The amount of information that is able to be shared in updates is limited substantially by federal privacy laws (including FERPA).
 
CARE Network
The University of Pikeville maintains a CARE (Crisis - Assessment - Referral - Evaluation) Network that provides guidance and assistance to students who are experiencing crisis, displaying odd or unusual behaviors, or engaging in other behaviors that may be perceived as being harmful (either to the student or others).
Please submit a report if you are concerned for a student's health, well-being or behavior. This information may be used to help link a student with resources and/or respond if a student's behavior is creating a potentially unsafe situation.
Share a Concern with the CARE Team


Academic & Non-Academic Issues Complaint Form
Are you a member of the University of Pikeville community and not sure where to go for help? Do you have an issue or complaint with an individual or department on campus that you are not able to resolve? The University of Pikeville is committed to resolving complaints as efficiently and effectively as possible. Providing a mechanism for complaints to be heard gives the university an opportunity to improve services.
Submit an Academic & Non-Academic Issues Complaint Form
 

Incident Report: This reporting form is for any violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
Submit an Incident Report

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