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Victims and third-party bystanders may also file an online complaint; this complaint can be anonymous.
Additionally, victims have recourse through the civil and criminal court systems by seeking orders of protection, no-contact directives, and other similar court orders.Services are free for survivors or friends/partners of survivors.For 24-hour assistance, call (773) 907-1062 The following hotlines provide general services to Chicago metro residents, and are not affiliated with TTIC: Chicago Metro Rape Crisis Hotline (888) 293-2080 Immediate and long-term referrals, information, and counseling LGBTQ Anti-Violence Project Hotline at the Center on Halsted (773) 871-2273 Information, counseling, and referrals Mayor’s Office for Domestic Violence (877) 863-6338 Information and referrals The fastest way to access medical assistance is to call 9-1-1.The State will pay for emergency room care for victims who have been sexually assaulted and do not have health insurance; if a victim provides health insurance information to the emergency room, the emergency room will bill the insurance company and the policy holder will be notified as usual. Under Illinois law, medical personnel are required to alert police when it reasonably appears that the person requesting treatment has sustained an injury as a victim of a criminal offense, including sexual assault or violence, but individuals have the right to refuse to speak to police.(773) 702-8181 or 1-2-3 from a campus phone (24-hours) The University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD) urges anyone who has been sexually assaulted to call immediately in order to strengthen the likelihood of successful prosecution.