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Submit an Incident Report

There are four different incident reports which can be filed:

1) Misconduct Report (Academic)
2) Misconduct Report (Non-Academic)
3) Behavior of Concern Report (Behavioral Intervention Team)

4) Title IX Complaint

If this is an emergency or you need immediate help, contact the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management or 911. 

A detailed description of each report and its appropriate use are listed below.

Click below to report:  

  

Academic Misconduct
 


Use this form to report incidents such as academic dishonesty, cheating on assignments or exams, forgery, submitting materials that are not the student's own. This list is not exhaustive.  A full list of violations can be found in Section VIII: Academic Dishonesty of the Student Code of Conduct.
   
    


  

Nonacademic Misconduct
 


Use this form to report incidents such a disruption or obstruction of the education process of the College; physical or psychological abuse; intimidation; misuse of computing resources; gambling; possessing, using, selling, or distributing any type of drugs for illegal reasons; defacing, destroying, or damaging property; theft; unauthorized use of facilities or commission of any offense prohibited by local, state or federal lawThis list is not exhaustive. A full list of violations can be found in Section IX: Nonacademic Misconduct of the Student Code of Conduct.

    

 

Behavior of Concern  


Use this form to report incidents such as: bizarre thoughts, depression, excessive anxiety, mood swings, inappropriate display of emotions, or general concerns about a student.  This form is not to report misconduct or violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
 
   


  Title IX Complaint
 


Use this form to report incidents of sexual misconduct, including reports of sexual assaults, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, sexual intimidations, dating/domestic violence, stalking and/or retaliation pursuant to Montgomery College's Sexual Misconduct Policy (31001).

If you have questions, please contact the  Dean of Student Affairs on your campus.


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