Reporting Options

Reporting is a personal decision; individuals have their own reasons for whether or not they decide to go through with a formal reporting process. If one would like to formally report, they can go about it as they see fit. Taking time to process the events before reporting is normal and it is all about what the survivor feels comfortable with. Regardless of how you wish to approach the reporting process, we are here to guide you through the process and ensure your physical and mental health & well-being. 

Students have the option of reporting incidents of sexual assault to both / either Wesleyan University and the Middletown Police Department.

To discuss the process and/or initiate a report at Wesleyan and/or through Middletown Police, you can contact a Title IX Investigator to assist you; you can also go directly to Middletown Police Department (Captain Gary Wallace) directly if you choose.


Deputy Title IX Officer

Lieutenant, Public Safety

The University is committed to providing an environment of well-being, learning, and accountability for its members by preventing the occurrence of discriminatory harassment and sexual misconduct and addressing its effects.  

You can learn more about the Process for Investigating and Resolving Student Sexual Misconduct Complaints on page 25 of the Student Handbook.

Additionally, this chart overlays the process by which the University investigates & adjudicates a report that an individual has engaged in conduct that could violate the sexual misconduct portion of the Policy Prohibiting Discriminatory Harassment & Sexual Misconduct.