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Panther Watch Reporting Forms

 

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY CONTACT 911 

Please report any behavior that suggests harm or is concerning to the Palm Beach State College community.

 

Reporting Options:

Online reporting forms are available at  Panther Watch Home

Should you wish to report via phone or in person; you may contact any of the following departments.

 

Security 

            Belle Glade: (561) 993-1120

            Boca Raton: (561) 862-4600

            Lake Worth: (561) 868-3600

            Loxahatchee Groves: (561) 790-9120

            Palm Beach Gardens: (561) 207-5600

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Dean or Assistant Dean of Student Services:

            Belle Glade: Dr. Latanya McNeal (561) 993-1156

            Boca Raton: Dr. Sheri Goldstein (561) 862-4310

            Lake Worth: Mr. Van Williams (561) 868-3055

            Loxahatchee Groves: Christina Seado-Vasquez (561) 790-9009

            Palm Beach Gardens: Henry Ponciano (561) 207-5341

 

Counseling Center:

PBSC Counseling Center (Confidential Reporting)           561-868-3980 

 

Title IX Office for Sexual Harassment / Discrimination

 Penny McIsaac, Title IX Coordinator                              561-868-3277        

 

*For complaints involving a staff or faculty member you can call Human Resources directly at 561-868-3485.

 

What happens after I report?

  • You will be invited to meet with the appropriate office representative.  Human Resources will meet with you to discuss your complaint, talk about next steps including confidentiality and discuss possible interim measures.
  • The College will review the complaint, interview those involved and gather documentation.
  • Based on this review a determination will be made to hold the respondent responsible or not.
  • You will be informed as the review is conducted and notified once a determination is made.

Confidentiality

Confidentiality shall be maintained to the greatest extent possible within the law and the requirements for conducting appropriate investigations.

 

 

 

 

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