LSU Health Shreveport provides equal opportunity for all qualified persons in admission to, participation in, or employment in the programs and activities which the University operates without regard to:
- Marital Status
- Sexual Orientation
- Gender Identity
- Gender Expression
- National Origin
- National Origin
- Mental or Physical Disability
- Veteran's Status
Download LSU Health Shreveport's Administrative Directives and Permanent Memorandum to read the entire policy on Equal Opportunity. CLICK HERE
Every member of the LSU community deserves to work and study in a safe and comfortable environment. It is now easier than ever to voice your concerns with the newly launched Ethics, Integrity and Misconduct Helpline. To learn more visit www.lsu.ethicspoint.com.
Call: (318) 813-SAVE (7283)
Talking to a SAVE program counselor does not constitute reporting the incident. However, the counselor can help you report the incident if you choose to do so.
Talking to a SAVE program counselor or reporting the incident can be initiated at any time. Faculty and staff outside of SAVE program counselors are not confidential resources.
If a student discusses the incident with faculty or staff with the exception of the SAVE program counselors, the faculty of staff member is obligated to report the incident.
In the event of sexual misconduct such as sexual assault or rape, medical care and the collection of physical evidence are very important. The individual should not shower, bathe or change clothes and may be taken to the hospital emergency room.
Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) (318) 227-7900
Project Celebration, Inc. (Domestic Violence Shelter)
Shreveport Police Department 911
or (318) 673-7300
Bossier City Police Department 911
or (318) 741-8611
Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office
Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office
National Center for Victims of Crime www.victimsofcrime.org