Title IX Reporting
If you or anyone you know has experienced sexual assault or harassment, you should seek assistance immediately.
Report an Incident
To the District
To report an incident directly to the District Title IX Coordinator, CLICK HERE or call 760/938-2222 ext. 2423.
Please note that any Big Pine Unified School District employee who has reasonable cause or reasonable suspicion to believe that any child with whom he/she has come in contact with has suffered abuse, neglect or sexual assault is required by the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (Calif. Penal Code Sections 11164-11174.3) to report the information as soon as possible.
To Child Protection Agency
Inyo County Health and Human Services Child Protective Services provides support for victims of sexual assault. At the Inyo County H & HS Dept., we put survivors’ needs and wishes first. That means that all of us — nurses, advocates and law enforcement — are committed to giving you, your family and friends the help you need to reclaim your life and start healing.
To Law Enforcement – CALL 911
The person who committed the sexual assault is solely responsible for that assault and one of their jobs as law enforcement officers is to gather evidence that will allow that offender to be held accountable for his/her crimes. The officers and detectives receive training on trauma interviewing and investigative strategies.
Inyo County Sheriff’s Office
550 S. Clay Street Bishop Substation
Independence, CA 301 W. Line Street
760/878-0383 Bishop, CA
Bishop Police Department
207 W. Line Street
At an Inyo County Hospital
Northern Inyo Hospital Southern Inyo Hospital
150 pioneer Lane 501E. Locust Lane
Bishop, CA Lone Pine, CA