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Be Safe at Roane State
Be Safe at Roane State
Be Safe at Roane State

This site provides:

  • Prevention tips & training to keep you safe from violence, harrassment, and other types of threatening situations
  • A way to report sexual assault and other incidents

This site is for:

  • Everyone

President Whaley shares some important updates on how RSCC is working to keep campuses safe


Student Be Safe Letter

Understanding Sexual Assault

Definitions Related to Sexual Assault

Report an Incident

Sexual Assault Reporting Form

Behavior Concern Referral Form

Reporting can be anonymous unless criminal activity is indicated, which will be determined by campus police.

Students and employees should contact the Title IX Coordinator in the Human Resources Office for help and questions about reporting:
Odell Fearn
Click above for email address
(865) 354-3000 ext. 4212

If you have questions or need to talk you may also contact:

Counseling Services

Roane State Police Department

Dean of Students

Other Emergencies: Fire, Tornado, Violence on Campus, Natural Disasters, Bomb Threats

Learn about how to stay safe during other emergencies

Sign up for RaiderAlerts to get notified of campus emergencies

Environmental Safety


What to do if you see warning signs in fellow students

Sexual Harassment Training for Students and Employees

Frequently Asked Questions


Campus Resources

The following campus resources have online information.  If you wish to get in touch with them, their contact information is listed on their website.

Title IX Coordinator

Counseling Services

Disability Services

Roane State Police Department

Dean of Students

Community Resources

Roane County Anti- Drug Coalition

Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee (A Service of the Helen Ross McNabb Center)

Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention (Anderson County)


Annual Security Report



The federal and campus policies providing guidelines for RSCC to develop awareness and training programs include Title IX, Campus Save Act, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), Jeanne Clery Act, Drug Free Communities Act of 1989, RSCC Sexual Misconduct Policy (PA-02-02)  and RSCC Student Disciplinary Policy (SA-06-01). These policies provide campus behavioral guidelines for students and employees surrounding these safety initiatives.

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