Incident Reporting Procedures
KSU has multiple avenues to report all types of incidents or concerns. To report suspected child abuse or neglect and/or accident/safety incidents in programs utilizing KSU facilities and that involve unenrolled minors, the following procedures should be followed:
- KSU Mandated Reporting Procedures
To report suspected child abuse or neglect in programs utilizing KSU facilities and that involve unenrolled minors. Reporting by Authorized Individuals is required by State of Georgia law within 24 hours.
- KSU Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Incident Reporting
To report University-related incidents/accidents involving employees, students, visitor's and contractors and to submit an incident/accident investigation report and statement.
To report other types of incidents on KSU campuses the following additional avenues are available:
- KSU Concern
This is the website to report incidents related to: violence and assault; violations of the university policy and procedures; housing, auxiliary services (parking, transportation, bookstore, card services, culinary and hospitality, copy/print services, student health services, retail shopping, postal services), ADA/disability, student activities, university events, facilities, or any other related services; financial aid or registration, records and transcripts; and discrimination
- KSU Behavioral Response Team Red Flag Reporting
To share information about a person and observed behaviors and statements that generated the concern. Such behaviors are often referred to as “red flags” because they may indicate a larger or growing issue with which that person may be struggling.
- KSU Ethics and Compliance Hotline
This is the website to report unethical behavior and policy violations. You may choose to provide your contact information or to remain anonymous.