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Reporting Incidents of Prohibited Conduct

Reporting to the Appropriate Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Collin College students and employees can contact the appropriate Title IX coordinator or deputy Title IX coordinator to report incidents of dating violence, domestic violence, gender-based harassment, retaliation, sex discrimination, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and stalking (i.e., prohibited conduct).

Note: Reporting to any individual other than the appropriate Title IX coordinator or deputy Title IX coordinator does not constitute filing a formal complaint for the purposes of initiating the Title IX complaint resolution process. To initiate the Title IX complaint resolution process, the complainant must submit a formal complaint to the appropriate Title IX coordinator or deputy Title IX coordinator listed below. Additionally, to initiate the Title IX complaint resolution process, complainants cannot remain anonymous.

The following persons are designated as Collin College’s Title IX coordinators and deputy Title IX coordinators:

Title IX Coordinator for Students
Terrence Brennan
District Dean of Students
Collin Higher Education Center
3452 Spur 399
Suite 457
McKinney, TX 75069
Phone: 972.881.5734
Email: tbrennan@collin.edu 
Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students
Amy Throop
Associate Dean of Students
Technical Campus
2550 Bending Branch Way
Suite A-130
Allen, TX 75013
Phone: 972.553.1165
Email: athroop@collin.edu
 
Title IX Coordinator for Employees
Floyd Nickerson
Chief Employee Success Officer
Collin Higher Education Center
3452 Spur 399
Suite 339
McKinney, Texas 75069
Phone: 972.599.3159
Email: fnickerson@collin.edu 
Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Employees
Tonya Jacobson
Manager/Employee Relations
Collin Higher Education Center
3452 Spur 399
Suite 339
McKinney, Texas 75069
Phone: 972.758.3856
Email: tjacobson@collin.edu 
 
Online Reporting Form
To file a complaint with the appropriate Title IX coordinator or deputy Title IX coordinator electronically, Collin College students and employees can submit the online Title IX Formal Complaint Form. 
 
Reporting to the Appropriate Law Enforcement Official(s)
For immediate notification to local law enforcement, dial 911. To report an incident that occurred on a Collin College campus or property owned or controlled by Collin College to the Collin College Police Department, call 972.578.5555 or dial extension 5555 from any campus phone. Contact information for local law enforcement agencies is also listed below.

Note: Reporting to the appropriate law enforcement official(s) does not constitute filing a formal complaint for the purposes of initiating the Title IX complaint resolution process. To initiate the Title IX complaint resolution process, the complainant must submit a formal complaint to the appropriate Title IX coordinator or deputy Title IX coordinator, as outlined in the “Reporting to the Appropriate Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator” section above.

If a complainant requests assistance with reporting to law enforcement, a Collin College official will help the complainant with that process. Additionally, complainants have the right not to report a crime or to decline to notify authorities, including law enforcement, if they so choose.

Allen Police Department 
205 W. McDermott Drive
Allen, Texas 75013
Phone: 214.509.4200
Frisco Police Department 
7200 Stonebrook Parkway
Frisco, Texas 75034
Phone: 972.292.6000
Celina Police Department
110 N. Colorado St.
Celina, Texas 75009
Phone: 972.382.2121
McKinney Police Department
2200 Taylor Burk Drive
McKinney, Texas 75071
Phone: 972.547.2700
Website: www.mckinneytexas.org/166/Police
Collin College Police Department
Headquarters
2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway
Suite K-119
Plano, Texas 75074
Phone: 972.578.5555
Website: www.collin.edu/campuspolice/ 
Plano Police Department 
909 14th St.
Plano, Texas 75074
Phone: 972.424.5678
Website: www.plano.gov/214/Police
Collin County Sheriff's Office 
4300 Community Ave.
McKinney, Texas 75071
Phone: 972.547.5100
Website: www.collincountytx.gov/sheriff/Pages/ default.aspx
 
Rockwall Police Department
205 W. Rusk St.
Rockwall, Texas 75087
Phone: 972.771.7717
Website: www.rockwallpolice.org/ 
Farmersville Police Department
134 N. Washington St.
Farmersville, Texas 75442
Phone: 972.782.6141
Wylie Police Department
2000 N. Highway 78
Wylie, Texas 75098
Phone: 972.442.8171
Website: www.wylietexas.gov/police.php
 
Counseling Services Office, TimelyCare, Human Resources Department, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Note: Reporting to the Counseling Services Office, TimelyCare, Human Resources Department, or Employee Assistance Program (EAP) does not constitute filing a formal complaint for the purposes of initiating the Title IX complaint resolution process. To initiate the Title IX complaint resolution process, the complainant must submit a formal complaint to the appropriate Title IX coordinator or deputy Title IX coordinator, as outlined in the "Reporting to the Appropriate Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator" section above.

Personal and group counseling sessions are offered free of charge to all currently enrolled Collin College students. Counseling sessions are confidential and conducted by licensed mental health professionals. Additionally, the Counseling Services Office can provide appropriate referrals to on- and off-campus resources for Collin College students and employees. For more information, contact the Counseling Services Office at 972.881.5126 or personalcounseling@collin.edu.

Collin College provides telehealth services free of charge to currently enrolled Collin College students, adjunct faculty, and part-time staff through TimelyCare. Telehealth sessions are confidential and conducted by licensed physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and mental health providers. This benefit is available 24 hours a day, seven (7) days a week; and there is no charge for qualified individuals to utilize TimelyCare’s services. For more information, contact TimelyCare at 833.484.6359, email help@timely.md, or go to www.timelycare.com/collincollege.

Collin College employees can contact the Human Resources Department for advocacy and support. The Human Resources Department can assist employees with appropriate accommodations and reporting to law enforcement. Additionally, the Human Resources Department provides appropriate referrals to off-campus resources. For more information, contact the Human Resources Department at 972.758.3856 or hr@collin.edu.

Collin College provides confidential and voluntary assistance to full-time employees and their household members through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). This benefit is available 24 hours a day, seven (7) days a week, and provides up to eight (8) sessions per service type per year. There is no charge for full-time employees and their household members to use the EAP’s services. For more information, contact the EAP at 1.866.324.2400 or go to www.deeroakseap.com/.

Anonymous Reports
In accordance with the Texas Higher Education Code Section 51.252 and Section 51.283, Collin College students and employees can report prohibited conduct anonymously or using a pseudonym by submitting the online Title IX Formal Complaint Form. However, the submission of an anonymous report or use of a pseudonym may impair Collin College’s ability to investigate and address the prohibited conduct. Additionally, to initiate the Title IX complaint resolution process, complainants cannot remain anonymous.
 
Amnesty Policy for Collin College Students
In accordance with the Texas Higher Education Code Section 51.284, Collin College will give amnesty to (i.e., not take disciplinary action against) a student who reports, in good faith, that the student was the victim of or a witness to an incident of prohibited conduct as defined by this policy. This amnesty policy applies regardless of the location at which the incident occurred or the outcome of Collin College’s disciplinary process regarding the incident, if any. This amnesty policy does not apply to a student who reports their own commission or assistance in the commission of prohibited conduct as defined by this policy.
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