Campus Coordinated Response Team (CCRT)

COVID-19 Response Update: The Title IX Office recognizes that discrimination, harassment, and violence do not come to a halt during a health crisis and wants to reassure the Toro community that all essential equity-related prevention and response services will continue to be provided to students, staff, and faculty. We are available during business hours to respond to questions and meet remotely via phone, Zoom, and text. 

If you would like to speak with us, please contact Title IX Officer, Elizabeth Schrock, via email at eschrock@csudh.edu. To notify us about an incident, please fill out the online form that can be found on the Make a Report page of this website. 

Further, Student Health and Psychological Services and the Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment (CAPE) continue to provide confidential supportive services remotely. Please visit their websites for up-to-date information. In an emergency or after business hours, please call the CSUDH Police Department at (310) 243-3333 or 911.

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In Fall 2017, constituents from departments, offices, and agencies at CSUDH and the city of Carson formed a Campus Coordinated Response Team (CCRT). The CCRT's charge is to coordinate all efforts aimed at preventing and responding to gender-based harassment and discrimination, including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. The CCRT will ensure that messaging is consistent, services are provided seamlessly, and prevention programs are culturally relevant by:

  • Developing, implementing, reviewing, and revising programs and procedures to effectively respond to gender-based harassment and discrimination, including sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking;
  • Promoting prevention and intervention efforts that are appropriate, research-informed, culturally relevant, and inclusive of historically marginalized or underserved groups;
  • Assessing CSUDH’s campus climate regarding gender-based harassment, discrimination, and violence;
  • Evaluating current strategies and programs aimed at preventing and responding gender-based harassment, discrimination, and violence; and
  • Developing and overseeing a communications strategy to engage CSUDH students, faculty, and staff in prevention and response efforts.

To learn more, contact Title IX Officer Elizabeth Schrock by phone at (310) 243-1025 or email at eschrock@csudh.edu.