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Members of our Community Colleges of Spokane (CCS) community, guests, and visitors have the right to be free from all forms of sexual and gender-based discrimination, examples of which can include acts of sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.  All members of the CCS community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others.  CCS takes gender-based violence seriously. When an allegation of misconduct is made, and a responding party is found to have violated this policy, appropriate sanctions will be used to remedy and prevent such behavior. This policy has been developed to reaffirm these principles and to provide recourse for those individuals whose rights have been violated.

What is Sexual Misconduct?

Sexual misconduct is any prohibited form of misconduct that includes sexually violent conduct including Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking, Nonconsensual Sexual Intercourse and Nonconsensual Sexual Contact. This conduct also includes, but is not limited to, indecent liberties, indecent exposure, sexual exhibitionism, sex-based cyber-Harassment, prostitution or the solicitation of a prostitute, peeping or other voyeurism, or exceeding the boundaries of Consent including allowing others to view consensual sex, the nonconsensual recording of sexual activity, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking. Definitions of relevant terms can be found in Administrative Procedure 2.30.01-A

What Are Your Rights?

  • You have the right at CCS to be free from gender-based discrimination.

  • You have the right to file a complaint according to CCS’s Sexual Misconduct Procedure.

  • You have the right to request a criminal investigation with law enforcement.

  • You have the right to receive support and reasonable protective measures to help you continue to learn at CCS.

  • You have the right to understand that CCS is required to undertake a prompt and thorough investigation of all reports of sexual misconduct.

  • You have the right to request and obtain a No Contact Order and to receive information about Harassment Prevention and Abuse Prevention Orders.

  • You have the right not to be discouraged in your use of resources, processes, or support and to report to the Title IX Coordinator if your rights have been violated.

  • You have the right to be free from retaliation for exercising your rights.

  • You have the right to access on- and off-campus support and health services.

You have these rights regardless of your race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical or mental disability, religion, or any other protected class.

Resources & Contacts

Immediately after an assault:

Sacred Heart Medical Center
101 West 8th Avenue
Spokane, WA 99204
Phone:  509-474-3131

Deaconess Hospital
800 West 5th Avenue
Spokane, WA 99204
Phone: 509-473-5800

MultiCare Valley Hospital
12606 East Mission Avenue
Spokane Valley, WA 99216
Phone: 509-924-6650

Holy Family Hospital
5633 North Lidgerwood Street
Spokane, WA 99208
Phone: 509-482-0111

  1. Ask for help, make a call:

  1. Seek medical attention:

  • Partner with an Advocate who will explain your rights and provide immediate counseling.

  • Receive help for physical injuries.

  • Screen for STI’s/pregnancy.

  • If possible, do not shower or clean up.  Do not change clothes.

  • Hospital staff can collect evidence using a rape kit.  Your name will be given if you choose to do this.

  • If you want to file a police report, you can call the police from the emergency room.

  • You can choose to decline any or all of these services.

In the days following an assault, let others help:

To file a report with the college contact the Office of the Vice President of Student Services/Title IX Coordinator:

Spokane Community College 1810 North Greene Street
Spokane, WA  99217-5399

Title IX Coordinator - Connan Campbell
Main Building (Bldg. 1), Room R228
Phone: 509-533-7015
Fax: 509-533-7132

Main contact for Spokane Community College students

Campus Security
Max Snyder Building (Bldg. 50), Room 118
Phone: 509-533-8624

Student Conduct Officer
Lair Student Center (Bldg. 6), Room 125
Phone: 509-533-7431

SCC President
Lair Student Center (Bldg. 6), Room 218
Phone: 509-533-7042

Spokane Falls Community College
3410 W. Whistalks Way
Spokane, WA  99224-5288

Title IX Coordinator - Patrick McEachern
Falls Gateway Building (Bldg. 30), Room 225
Phone: 509-533-3514
Fax: 509-533-3225

Main contact for Spokane Falls Community College students

Campus Security
Human Services Building (Bldg. 16),
Room 145
Phone:  509-533-3555

Student Conduct Officer
Student Union Building (Bldg 17), Room 128
Phone:  509-533-3682

SFCC President
Falls Gateway Building (Bldg. 30), Room 221
Phone: 509-533-3535 


Community Colleges of Spokane 2917 W. Whistalks Way
Spokane, WA 99224-5202
Title IX Coordinator/Chief Compliance Officer - Amy McCoy
2917 W. Whistalks Way
Magnuson Building (Bldg 27), Room 251A
Phone: 509-279-6012‚Äč

Main contact for Employees, Contractors, Visitors and guests

CCS Student Health Clinic
Spokane Community College
Jenkins Wellness Center, Building 7
Phone: 509-533-8611
Cost: Free to CCS students

Crime Check (to report the crime to police)
Public Safety Building
1100 West Mallon
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: 509-456-2233

Colville Center
Rural Resources Victim Services
Hot Line: 509-684-6139 or 844-509-SAFE (7233)
Office: 509-684-3796
Colville Police Department: 509-684-2525
Stevens County Sheriff’s Office: 509-684-5296

Newport Center
Pend Oreille Crime Victims Assistance
Hot Line: 509-447-5483  Office: 509-447-2274
Pend Oreille Sheriff’s Office: 509-447-3151

Sexual Assault & Family Trauma (SAFet) Response Center
210 West Sprague Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: 509-747-8224; 24 hour Crisis Line: 509-624-7273
Cost: Varies depending on circumstances (can apply for crime victims compensation)

YWCA—Alternatives to Domestic Violence
930 North Monroe
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: 509-326-1190

Republic and Inchelium Centers
Ferry County Connections
Office: 509-775-3331
Victim Services Republic: 509-775-0912
Victim Services Inchelium: 509-722-3322
Ferry County Sherriff’s Office: 509-775-3132

SFCC Pullman Center
Alternative to Violence of the Palouse (ATVP)
24 hour Crisis Line: 1-877-334-2887; 509-332-HELP (4357)
Pullman Police Department: 509-334-0802
Whitman County Sheriff: 509-397-6266

Friends and Family can also offer support by listening to you, keeping you company, walking to class with you, or going with you to appointments.