All University employees (faculty, staff, administrators, and student employees) are required to report any gender- or sex-based discrimination or harassment (this is inclusive of all alleged incidents of sexual violence) to a Title IX Coordinator. The only exceptions to this requirement are those individuals who are designated as privileged and confidential resources. The individuals listed below are those who work with community concerns and Title IX to look into reported concerns as appropriate. These individuals are those to whom you can make a formal report of sexual misconduct.
On-campus reporting options
These are people on campus who work with community concerns, including those related to sex- or gender-based harassment and discrimination, including sexual misconduct. They are available to talk if you have a concern you want to share, have questions about the Title IX investigative or adjudicative processes, or want to report an incident.
These individuals work with student(s)-to-student(s) matters:
- DeAnn Yocum Gaffney, Ed.D., Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Senior Associate Dean of Students
Lead Title IX Coordinator
Argyros Forum 101
- Chris Toutain, Program Coordinator for Student Conduct
Argyros Forum 303
- Kristen Entringer, Program Coordinator for Student Conduct
Davis Community Center, 2nd Floor
These individuals work with matters involving faculty and staff:
- Misha Martinez, Equal Opportunity and Diversity Officer
Title IX Deputy Coordinator
DeMille Hall room 103
These are additional reporting options on campus:
- Public Safety Department - (714) 997-6763
Available 24 hours 7 days a week
- Dean of Students Office – (714) 997-6721
- Office of Human Resources – (714) 997- 6686
Once an incident is reported to the University, it will be forwarded to a Title IX Coordinator. Learn more about Title IX investigation procedures for cases involving students here. Learn more about University sexual misconduct policies, including the Student Conduct Code definition of consent, here. There are also FAQs for complainants and FAQs for respondents available.
Off-campus reporting options
In addition to the Chapman University reporting options, you may also provide reports of concerning behavior to local police. The following phone numbers are for the various police departments in Orange and the surrounding area (please note that the numbers listed are NON-emergency numbers).
- Orange Police Department
- (714) 744-7444
- Anaheim Police Department
- (714) 765-1900
- Irvine Police Department
- (949) 724-6000
- Santa Ana Police Department
- (714) 245- 8665
- Orange County Sheriff’s Department (Villa Park, North Tustin)
- (714) 647-7000