Follow-up on a Report Board of Trustees Policy Manual FAQs

LSC Incident Reporting System

Advice, Consultation, and Report Line

If you are concerned about something causing a negative effect on yourself, someone else, or you have witnessed something detrimental to LSC, report it to LSC’s Incident Reporting System.

The LSC Incident Reporting System is available for you to submit good faith inquiries, concerns, incident reports, or complaints regarding any type of alleged inappropriate conduct or non-compliance with federal, state, or local laws or LSC Board Policies and Chancellor’s Procedures. This includes concerns of sexual misconduct (sexual harassment, sexual assault, Title IX). To assist in determining if your concern is a violation of LSC Board Policy or Chancellor’s Procedures, please visit the LSC Board Policy webpage at LSC Board Policies and Chancellor's Procedures.

If you are uncertain about reporting, please consult with your supervisor, The Office of Human Resources, or other appropriate representative to obtain assistance.

Reporting is as easy as 1-2-3!

Step 1: Access the System

Step 2: Complete a Report

  • Follow on-screen or communication specialist’s instructions.
  • Complete the report, providing detailed information:
    • Who engaged in the conduct or incident?
    • What specifically occurred?
    • Where was the location of the incident?
    • When and for how long has the incident been happening?

Step 3: Write Down Report Key and Password to Follow-up

  • Create a password to go with the identification code called a “Report Key.” Retain BOTH in a safe place. You will need them to follow-up, review, or amend your report.
    • 24/7 reporting availability
    • Anonymous reporting option
    • Easy system prompts
    • Third party administered platform
    • Reviewed internally by OGAC
    • Attachment capability
*For emergencies call the LSC Police Department at 281.290.5911 (832.813.0712 TDD/TTY) or dial 5911 from any campus phone. If you are off campus, call 911 for immediate assistance.
See the EthicsPoint FAQs for more information.