- Get to a safe place.
- Call a friend or family member to be with you.
- It is advisable to report a sexual assault, even an unsuccessful attempt. The information
you provide may prevent another person from being assaulted. When you report a sexual
assault, any information you can remember about the attack will be helpful - the assaulter's
physical characteristics, voice, clothes, car or even an unusual smell.
- If you have been sexually assaulted, you should call the police as soon as possible;
do not bathe or change your clothes. Semen, hair and material under fingernails or
on your clothing all may be useful in identifying and prosecuting the assaulter. If
the assault occurred on campus, call LACC Campus Police at (323) 662-5276. If the
assault occurred off campus, call 911.
- It is very helpful to contact a rape treatment center, where qualified staff members may assist you in dealing with your trauma. If you
are unable to make the contact yourself, have a friend, family member or police make
- Finally, it is important to remember that many individuals will mistakenly blame themselves
for the assault. However, being sexually assaulted is not a crime - the crime has
been committed by the person who assaulted you.
If you have been a victim of sexual assault, sexual harassment, or sexual misconduct,
you have options on how you'd like to proceed. The most important factor is that you
are safe and are not in imminent danger. If you believe you are in danger, call 911.
|What would you like to do?
|Talk to someone confidentially @ LACC
||Ms. Jeanette Magee
LACC Title IX Coordinator
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2305
|Talk to someone confidentially @ LACCD
||Dr. Cristy Passman
Title IX Deputy Coordinator,
(213) 891-2000 ext. 3113
|Get Healthcare Assistance
||LACC Health and Wellness Center
Life Science Building Room 101
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2485
Tests & Immunization
|File a Police Report
||LACC Sheriff’s Office
Administration Building 115
(323) 662 - 5276
|If you are in immediate danger: