Reporting Other Crimes
The University of Iowa’s education, discovery, and service missions depend on a strong community, and acts that break the law damage the trust and respect necessary to meet our common goals. Many criminal offenses also constitute serious University policy violations.
If Your Concern Has a Sexual Component
If your concern about a crime has any aspect related to sexual misconduct, it is strongly recommended that you speak with the UI Sexual Misconduct Response Coordinator.
The following resources can provide information on University policies, reporting guidelines, and referrals privately and informally:
Note that the type of confidentiality that a person or unit can provide varies according to their role, the issue at hand, and the law. For more information, see the page on Confidentiality.
To File a Criminal Complaint
University of Iowa Police
Note: When making a criminal complaint, do not assume confidentiality. For more information, see the page on Confidentiality.
To File an Administrative Complaint
Office of Student Life
Note: When making an administrative complaint, do not assume confidentiality. For more information, see the page on Confidentiality.
To File an Anonymous Complaint
- Financial Crime and Misconduct - Ethics Point (Office of the President)
More Reporting Options
Use the links below for more information about reporting other types of policy violations.