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College of the Siskiyous EADA Report, Title IX, and Campus Safety


♦Equity in Athletics 2019

2018-2019 EADA REPORT

♦Title IX

Title IX Information: Title IX Information

Title IX Coordinator: Associate Vice-President, Human Resources

Theresa Richmond (530) 938-5317


Title IX is a federal statute that protects people from discrimination based on sex and prohibits sexual misconduct which affects the student's ability to participate in educational programs and/or activities. All violations of Title IX regulations are taken seriously and investigated thoroughly.

Report concerns regarding violations of Title IX to the Title IX Coordinator, (530) 938-5317.
To file Student Conduct/Discipline and/or receive assistance, contact Student Services, (530) 938-5374.

 ♦Campus Safety 

College of the Siskiyous District is committed to the safety and security of all faculty staff, students and visitors and has contracted with the Weed and Yreka Police Departments to provide public safety and security services at both sites with trained police officers.  In addition to patrols, the police officers respond to emergency requests and criminal investigations.

Non-emergency and/or non-criminal incidents may be reported to the Behavior Intervention Team and/or the Vice President of Student Services Office.

24 hours a day/7 days a week

Emergency:  911

Weed PD: 
Phone: (530) 938-5000 
Address: 550 Main St, Weed, CA 96094    
Yreka PD:
Phone: (530) 841-2300
 Address: 412 W Miner St, Yreka, CA 96097

Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Student Services Office: 
Phone: (530) 938-5374, Address: John Mantle Student Center, Weed, CA 96094

Behavior Intervention Team

Room Lockdown

Some of you may notice these small black devices attached to some interior building doors throughout campus.

These devices were purchased to give our employees a method to quickly lock down a room in an emergency. If you have this device in a room you use, here is a short demonstration of how the device works.

Please view the short demonstration video here.


The College of the Siskiyous Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) is a group of College faculty and staff whose purpose is to meet to focus on interventions with students who are experiencing crisis and/or are displaying harmful or disruptive behavior. The team receives reports, conducts an investigation, performs an assessment, and determines the best mechanisms for support, intervention, warning/notification and response. The team then utilizes its resources and coordinates follow-up. Additionally, the team tracks "red flags" over time, detecting patterns, trends, and disturbances in individual or group behavior and implements additional follow up if necessary.


Reporting Options:

  • Emergency Situations – If you feel threatened, or the person may pose immediate risk of harm to self or others, call 911 to reach law enforcement.
  • BIT Email - If you have any concerns about a student, we encourage you to email the Behavior Intervention Team.
  • Incident Report Form – You can submit this form in person or via email to the Student Services Office. We are located in J Mantle Student Center, Building 1, Weed campus.
  • Consultation – Please feel free to call or email us at the Student Services Office, (530) 938-5374, or

Lost and Found

To report or retrieve a lost Item, contact the Student Services Office, (530) 938-5374, John Mantle Student Center, Weed, CA.