Some survivors find that reporting is an important step towards healing. Every person’s situation is different, and the decision to report is completely up to the survivor. A Victim Advocate can help you to understand your options and support you throughout the entire reporting process.
You can make a report to Law Enforcement to initiate a criminal investigation.
Call your local police department (For on-campus incidents contact Ball State University Police Department 765-285-1111)
In an emergency call 911
You can make a report to the Ball State Office of Title IX to initiate a University-based investigation.
Call 765-285-1545 to receive more information on a Title IX complaint.
Reporting processes can be complicated and overwhelming. The Victim Advocate at the Center for Survivor Support can provide you with confidential support and information to understand your options and make the choice that is best for you. Call the Center for Survivor Support at 765-285-3775 during business hours and ask to speak with the Victim Advocate.