What are some of the resources available


What are some of the resources available if you believe you have been a target of, or if you are aware of a bias incident or hate crime?

Prior to and during the process of filing a bias incident report, the complainant may receive the counsel and support of an advisor of his or her choice. The advisor may be any member of the Colby community (faculty, staff, coach, or peer) and may provide the complainant with support and guidance.  We offer below a list of faculty and staff who have been trained to provide support and guidance during the Colby College hate crime and bias incident reporting process and who are committed to expectations of privacy.

Other Colby Resources

Local, State, and National Resources

  • Waterville Police Department, 911 or 207-680-4700
  • MaineGeneral Medical Center, 207-872-1300
  • Sexual Assault Crisis and Support Center, 207-660-6277
    • State hotline, 1-800-871-7741
  • Maine Attorney General,  207-626-8800
  • Stop the Hate - Program that provides anti-hate tools for colleges and universities
  • Teaching Tolerance - 10 ways to fight hate
  • ADL Hate Crimes - Statistics and Strategies for Fighting Hate