Based on national statistics, the “Red Zone” is the period between Labor Day and Thanksgiving when incoming students at college campuses across the country are at a higher risk of being victims of crimes, including sexual violence.
UTMB is committed to providing a safe learning environment and campus for its students.
The Title IX Office provides a PDF printable version of the United Way of Greater Houston’s list to survivors. TAASA provides education, prevention and advocacy to victims of sexual assault. The UTMB Police Department, through professional policing and working in partnership with the community, is dedicated to providing a safe and secure campus where the pursuit of higher education, research, and health care can be achieved. For non-emergencies contact (409) 772-2691 or dial 2-1511 from any on-campus location.
For information contact (512) 474-7190 or visit The Title IX Office is committed to providing a working and learning environment free from gender discrimination, including sexual harassment, stalking, dating/ domestic violence, and sexual assault. The Title IX Director is tasked with oversight and responsibility of all Title IX matters. For information visit: https://edu/police Visit https://edu/policies_and_procedures/IHOP/Employee/Regulatory_Compliance/IHOP - - Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct for the policy and information.
Students must complete the training before they can register for classes.
This annual online Equal Employment Opportunity and Sexual Harassment module is mandatory for all faculty/staff and new employees, and provides information on discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct, and Title IX.
The complaint said photographs from an alleged victim's Facebook page were used in the escort section of along with her telephone number.Law Enforcement Officers are provided information on Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs), including funding for free SAFE exams.Visit https://edu/police/Sexual Assault for information. This UTMB Police Department program provides uniformed public safety officers to safely escort students, faculty, and staff walking on campus, from dusk to dawn, to on-campus locations. The Red Zone Campaign is a prevention and awareness campaign for incoming students.Within the Houston and Galveston region, there are several resource and crisis centers.United Way of Greater Houston provides a list of community resources that address sexual assault.