A third party including Parents and Legal Guardians may file a report of sexual abuse or sexual harassment by filing out a grievance form and turning it into to any staff member not mentioned in the grievance. select the link below to be directed to a grievance form that can be filled out online and printed, or downloaded and filled out by hand. A grievance form may also be obtained from a staff member upon request. When you have completed the form, please give it to any staff member for processing.
For the purpose of protecting residents in danger of imminent threat of sexual abuse, WCJS established an "Emergency Grievance Procedure." This procedure is only used for reporting imminent threat of sexual abuse to a resident. To use this procedure, simply go to any staff member and state that you want to file an emergency grievance. The staff member will put you in touch with a supervisor who will take your information, document the threat, and elevate the grievance for processing. An initial decision will be made within 48 hours, and a final decision within 5 calendar days.