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The Office of the Superintendent/Title IX Coordinator timestamps new complaints of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying when received and provides an acknowledgment letter framing the allegations under the jurisdiction of the Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP) or under the jurisdiction of Title IX and referring a complainant to appropriate offices and resources for issues not under formal complaint jurisdiction. The investigator assigned has 60 calendar days from office receipt to investigate the complaint and to send a letter with findings to relevant parties. The 60-day timeline may be extended only by mutual agreement of the complainant and the District under UCP and for good cause under Title IX. During the investigative process, the investigator contacts complainant and other applicable parties requesting data and responses.
The District includes opportunities for the parties to present evidence or information, ask questions, and receive answers to support the allegations. The District will ensure that, within 60 days of receipt of the written complaint, the complaint has been resolved and/or investigated and that a written report of findings or final determination is issued to the complainant. The written report contains the allegations, method of investigation, policy, findings, conclusions, appeal options and corrective actions, if applicable.