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Bias Incident Report

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safe and inclusive sisterhood.

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The Bias Response Intervention Team (BRIT)

BRIT provides a process for response and restoration for Kappa Delta members and/or Kappa Delta chapters. BRIT adopts restorative justice principles to allow for a collaborative, solution-oriented process between our members with the support of the BRIT team. Responses to bias incidents may include educational conversations, workshops, warnings, loss of privileges or other appropriate actions.

Kappa Delta Bias Response Form

Thank you for helping Kappa Delta in our commitment to creating a safe and inclusive environment of mutual respect and understanding and to create a sisterhood that provides experiences that build confidence and inspire our members to action without fear of prejudice or bias.

Do not use this form to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. If you require emergency assistance, please call 911 or contact your University Police Department.

You may use this form to report incidents of bias (either conscious or unconscious), discrimination or hate. You will see that the form offers both the anonymous and non-anonymous options for reporting. If you prefer to remain anonymous, you may choose not to identify yourself.

If you desire follow up from the Bias Response and Intervention Team (BRIT), you should identify yourself. Complete confidentiality is not guaranteed. Either way of reporting helps create the healthy cultural environment for which we strive within Kappa Delta. BRIT will make efforts to respect the privacy of those involved, and the information you provide will be shared only as necessary for us to take the appropriate action.

Bias incidents include:

  • Conduct or behavior (verbal, nonverbal, or written) that is threatening, harassing, intimidating, discriminatory, or hostile and is based on a person’s identity or group affiliation, including (but not limited to) such things as race, age, disability status, gender, gender identity/expression, national origin, sexual orientation, or religion.
  • Expression of a differing or controversial point of view does not necessarily reflect bias—Kappa Delta values freedom of expression and the open exchange of ideas but expects that such expression occurs within a safe space of mutual respect.

This report will be submitted to the Sorority’s Bias Response and Intervention Team (BRIT). You will receive a confirmation of your submission and BRIT reviews all reports received. Please contact opens in a new windowBRIT@kappadelta.orgcreate new email with any questions.

BRIT Protocol does not replace current policies and procedures regarding discrimination, sexual misconduct, hazing, violations of criminal law or risk management action. If disciplinary action is deemed necessary as a result of any behavior, the BRIT Co-Leads will work with the Chapter Standards Board to outline recommended sanctioning as suggested within the BRIT internal protocol.

Kappa Delta Bias Response Form

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  • Note: Confidentiality means your name is known to the investigation team but not shared with the parties involved. This does not mean anonymity. Those wishing to be kept anonymous can choose not to identify themselves.
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