- When a University employee (including student employees) observes, learns about, or has reasonable cause to believe a child or vulnerable adult has been abused during a University sponsored program, that employee must report in accordance with written procedures.
- Any University department head that has a program, event, or activity involving children or vulnerable adults must ensure it is registered with the University and conduct a risk assessment to be reviewed by the Risk Manager.
- Employees and students must comply with University policy regarding bringing their child to the classroom or workspace.
PRO-U5315.21A Registering a Child-Related Program
PRO-U5315.21B Reporting Concerns of Child or Vulnerable Adult Abuse or Neglect
PRO-U5315.21C Reporting Concerns of Child or Vulnerable Adult Harassment, Intimidation, or Bullying
FRM-U5315.21A Registration Form for Child-Related Programs
Gautam Pillay, Vice Provost for Research and Sponsored Programs
RCW 26.44 Abuse of Children