Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

Orders of protection 

The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign complies with Illinois law in recognizing Orders of Protection. Any person who obtains an Order of Protection from Illinois or any other state should provide a copy to the Director of the Illini Center, who will then coordinate with University Police and the Title IX Coordinator in the Title IX Office. A meeting will be expeditiously scheduled with the victim to develop a Safety Action Plan, which is a plan for the victim to reduce the risk of harm coming to, working, or studying in, and going from the Illini Center.

The university cannot apply for a legal order of protection, no contact order or restraining order for a victim from the applicable jurisdiction(s). The victim is required to apply directly for these services. To obtain an Order of Protection, you can: ask your attorney to file in civil court; request an order with your divorce; request an order during a criminal trial for abuse; go to the circuit clerk’s office in the county you reside and get papers to seek an order of protection for yourself, or contact the Healthcare Alternative Systems – BASTA Domestic Violence Program, or Life Span Legal Services to ask for assistance in completing the forms. University Police will also, as warranted, contact the appropriate Threat Assessment Team, and convene its membership as stated in the university’s Campus Violence Prevention Plan in accordance with the Campus Threat Assessment Policy.

The university may issue an institutional no contact order if deemed appropriate or at the request of the complainant or respondent in a Title IX complaint. To the extent of the complainant’s cooperation and consent, university offices will work cooperatively to protect the complainant’s health, physical safety, work, and academic status, pending the outcome of a formal university investigation of the complaint. For example, if reasonably available, a complainant may be offered changes to academic or working situations in addition to counseling, health services, visa/immigration assistance and assistance in notifying appropriate local law enforcement.

Illini Center sexual misconduct resources 

* denotes confidential resource 

Chicago area 

180 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

Mujeres Latinas En Accion 
2424 W. 21st Place, Chicago 

LIFE SPAN Legal Services 
70 E. Lake St., Suite 600, Chicago

Apna Ghar
4350 N. Broadway Ave., Chicago 
Second Floor 

Chicago Police Department 
First District-Central 
1718 S. State St., Chicago 

The Center on Halsted 
3656 N. Halsted Ave., Chicago 

Healthcare Alternative Systems 
BASTA Domestic Violence Program 
5005 W. Fullerton Ave., Chicago 

State and national 

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) 

Love Is Respect 

National Sexual Violence Resource Center 

National Domestic Violence Hotline 

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence 

National Stalking Resource Center

Urbana-Champaign campus 

Women’s Resources Center* 
616 E. Green St., Champaign 
Suite 202 

Counseling Center* 
610 E. John St., Champaign 
Room 206 

McKinley Health Center* 
1109 S. Lincoln Ave., Urbana 

Title IX Coordinator 
614 E. Daniel, Suite 303, Champaign 

Office for Access and Equity 
614 E. Daniel, Suite 303, Champaign 

Office of the Dean of Students 
Student Assistance Center 
610 E. John St., Champaign 
Room 300 

Office for Student Conflict Resolution 
610 E. John St., Champaign 
Room 300 

University Police Department 
1110 W. Springfield Ave., Urbana 

Office of Student Financial Aid 
620 E. John St., Champaign 

Student Legal Services 
1401 W. Green St., Urbana (rm. 324) 

International Student and Scholar Services 
610 E. John St., Champaign 
Room 400 

Illinois Human Resources
Personnel Services Building
52 E. Gregory Drive, Champaign