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Reporting to Police

Reporting to local police is an option at any time. If you choose not to report to the police immediately following a sexual violence incident, you can still make the report at a later time. However, with the passage of time, the ability to gather evidence to assist with criminal prosecution may be limited. Depending on the circumstances, the police may be able to obtain a criminal restraining order on your behalf.

Local Law Enforcement

Loop and Lincoln Park Campuses:
Chicago Police Department
911—Emergencies
311—Non-emergencies

Rosalind Franklin Campus:
North Chicago Police Department
911- Emergencies
847-596-8774—Non-emergencies