Title IX & Civil Rights
Civil rights laws, regulations, case decisions and guidance may change faster than your ability to update your policy language and procedures. Are you sure that your policy is compliant and that all of the components of your institution are using procedures that are consistent with your policy and each other?
INCompliance consultants are familiar with the requirements and best practices and can help you identify what is happening, what should be happening, and the steps you can take toward compliance. Services include:
We can help your organization plan or fine-tune its response to allegations of discrimination and harassment
of all types.
Title IX and civil rights investigators and adjudicators should undergo training on an annual basis. INCompliance provides highly interactive training on how to conduct trauma-informed investigations, how to conduct interviews to obtain the evidence necessary for evaluating policy violations and credibility, and how to consider questions regarding consent and incapacitation, and we allow your team to participate in experiential exercises to help put theory into practice.
Our most popular two-day training program includes hands-on exercises with plenty of time and space for debate among participants. However, all of our training programs can be extensively customized to include timely topics, such as:
Feel free to contact our knowledgeable consults to help you identify a program to fit your training needs
When allegations of misconduct are made, an investigation is critical to resolving the situation and moving forward. INCompliance offers prompt, impartial and comprehensive investigations regarding serious allegations in areas including:
Our investigators are particularly experienced and sensitive with regard to the unique challenges of investigating campus-based sexual misconduct, sexual violence and hazing allegations. We have undergone trauma-informed training and have the added benefit of understanding the potential intersection between sexual misconduct, safety concerns, sensitive employment issues, media involvement, public records laws and the need for prompt, impartial and effective resolution of these matters.