File A Report

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submitting your report

Please submit this report to the RVSP Program as soon as possible, preferably within 24 hours so that timely coordination of services is assured. Regardless if the sexual assault occurred last week, last month, or last year, you can still get help to deal with this assault and there are still options available for you to pursue. Once you submit the report, you will hear directly from the Confidential Advocate to set up an appointment to meet and discuss your options.


You can utilize one or all of these possible services. Some options you may want to pursue include:
  • Filing a report with the UTA Campus Police, Arlington PD or other Police Departments
  • Pursuing campus and judicial intervention
  • Academic or administrative intervention - altering academic schedules or housing arrangements if necessary
  • Medical care for treatment of sexual assault related injuries
  • Psychological care for sexual assault related trauma and experiences and your emotional well being
  • Legal assistance or referral, if necessary


Unresolved feelings and experiences stemming from this assault can impact future recovery and have long term consequences if never addressed. No matter how long ago the assault took place, please call Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) at 817-272-3671, The Women’s Center of Tarrant Country hotline at 817-927-2737 or the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE to seek help. Possible long-term psychological effects of sexual assault may include:

  • Rape Related PTSD
  • Rape Trauma Syndrome
  • Eating Disorders
  • Panic Attacks
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Flashbacks

File a Report

Please use this form to report Title IX violations.

File a Sexual Misconduct Report

Staying Anonymous

All efforts must be made to maintain the victim's anonymity; no information should be included which might identify the victim, unless the victim asks you to do so.