Office of Compliance

Title IX

Resources for Victims

University Police Department
Located in Lewis Hall

Kingsville Police Department
Address: 1700 E King Ave. Kingsville, TX 78363

The law enforcement agencies listed above are available for emergency response, facilitating medical transport, investigating incidents of a criminal nature, referrals, and preserving evidence. UPD officers are required to report allegations of sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator.

Confidential Resources

Rape Abuse and Incest National Network
Offers a Free, Confidential, National Sexual Assault Hotline available 24/7

The Purple Door (formerly The Women’s Shelter of South TX)
24/7 Hotlines: 800-580-HURT(4878) or 361-881-8888
Kingsville Office: 361-516-0288
Offers a Free, Confidential Hotline available 24/7. Offers various confidential and free services to victims/survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence including victim’s advocacy, counseling, safe shelter, and legal advocacy.

Student Health and Wellness
Students may make an appointment with a Licensed Professional Counselor

Employee Assistance Program          
Offers assistance 24/7 for TAMUK employees including free and confidential assessments, referrals, and counseling.

Under Texas A&M University System Regulation 08.01.01, Civil Rights Compliance, all University employees (except Licensed Professional Counselors in Student Health and Wellness) are required to report any allegations of sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator.