If you witness bullying or a hazing incident and someone is in danger call 911
Please note that the Be A Champion Foundation is not a reporting agency. If you or someone else is in immediate danger please immediately call 911.
Reporting incidents on your campus
state laws on hazing:
If you want to report a bullying or hazing incident which has already occurred or that is scheduled to occur in the future - and no one is in immediate danger - please contact your campus security office. Every school, college, or university has administrative recourse against
people who victimize students, and so does all national organizations and athletic departments. Your campus security and/or administration office will be able to take your report and help you through the process of bringing the issue to the attention of the proper authorities.
Currently, 44 states have anti-hazing laws. That means it's a misdemeanor or felony to commit hazing, therefore any known incident should be reported to law enforcement. The states without laws are Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota and Wyoming.
You can find state laws here: http://www.stophazing.org/laws/states-with-anti-hazing-laws/
DISCLAIMER: This is not legal advice. We have provided the information on this website as a public service
Greek anti-hazing hotline
There is a Greek Anti-Hazing Hotline that accepts calls 24 hours a day: 1-888-NOT-HAZE (1-888-668-4293). The Hotline provides an anonymous telephone line for anyone to report a suspected or recent hazing incident.
The calls are automatically saved as audio files that are then transmitted by e-mail to the headquarters of the fraternity or sorority named in the report.
The hotline was established in 2007 and is currently sponsored by 46 national and international Greek organizations. To learn more about the hotline, please visit: http://fraternallaw.com/contact/anti-hazing-hotline/
Doug Fierberg is an attorney who has been working for over 20 years to hold Fraternities nationwide accountable for incidents involving hazing. For more information visit his site here: http://www.schoolviolencelaw.com/hazing/