Civil Rights & Investigations
Is the Office of Civil Rights and Investigations still open?
While we are not in the office, we are all working remotely. You can reach us at email@example.com, but please allow for a bit more response time.
Can I still submit a report?
Yes, you can still submit a report by clicking one of the buttons further down this page. We will review these as they come in.
Are investigations still happening?
Investigations are still moving forward, but the expected timeframe may be extended.
The Office of Civil Rights & Investigations (OCRI) is responsible for ensuring compliance with federal and state laws related to discrimination or harassment based on a protected class. This includes retaliation when engaging in a protected process. We undertake necessary investigations and prepare recommendations and written reports. University of Idaho employees have a responsibility to report cases of discrimination and harassment.
We aim to review all submissions within a business day. If this is an emergency, please dial 9-1-1. Depending upon your selection, your report may be routed to an alternate office, including Human Resource Services/AAEEO. If you have any questions regarding your report, please contact OCRI at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-885-4285.
If you feel that you or a member of the campus community has experienced discrimination or harassment:
You can report discrimination or harassment related to the following protected classes:
- Citizenship Status
- Gender Identity/Expression
- Genetic Information
- Marital Status
- Medical Condition
- National Origin
- Sexual Orientation
- Veteran Status
- Other categories not listed (i.e. Retaliation)
If you feel that you or a member of the campus community has experienced one or multiple forms of sexual misconduct: