Prepare investigative plans and timeline for alleged gender-based misconduct including interviewing the impacted party, respondent, and relevant witnesses; advise impacted parties and respondents of their rights; gather and secure relevant documentation for the complainant, witnesses and respondent; keep detailed, consistent, and accurate records; maintain timely communication with all parties and community stakeholders; provide on-going updates to the Executive Director, Equity & Inclusion and Deputy Coordinator; draft and issue reports regarding investigative findings; act as a neutral party throughout all aspects of the investigation and ensue a prompt, fair, and neutral process for all parties; and maintain a high level of confidentiality during all proceedings.
Title IX prohibits all forms of sex discrimination (including sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and retaliation against individuals reporting sex discrimination) and discrimination, harassment or violence based on a person's sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation. Title IX requires that members of both genders have equal opportunities to participate in sports and receive the benefits of competitive sports. Title IX requires Xavier to have a prompt, equitable resolution process in place to address sex discrimination complaints, which includes a reliable, impartial, and adequate investigation by Xavier’s Title IX Office.
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