UWS 4.015 UWS 4.015Definitions. The following terms shall have the meaning given below:
UWS 4.015(1) (1) “Clear and convincing evidence" means information that would persuade a reasonable person to have a firm belief that a proposition is more likely true than not true. It is a higher standard of proof than “preponderance of the evidence."
UWS 4.015(2) (2) “Complainant" means any individual who is reported to have been subjected to sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking as defined in subs. (5), (6), (9), (10), and (11).
UWS 4.015(3) (3) “Complaint" means an allegation against a faculty member reported to an appropriate university official.
UWS 4.015(4) (4) “Consult" or “consulting" means thoroughly reviewing and discussing the relevant facts and discretionary issues.
UWS 4.015(5) (5) “Dating violence" means violence committed by an employee against another person with whom they are in a “dating relationship" as defined in s. 813.12 (1) (ag), Stats.
UWS 4.015(6) (6) “Domestic violence" means conduct defined as “domestic abuse" in ss. 813.12 (1) (am) and 968.075, Stats.
UWS 4.015(7) (7) “Preponderance of the evidence" means information that would persuade a reasonable person that a proposition is more probably true than not. It is a lower standard of proof than “clear and convincing evidence."
UWS 4.015(8) (8) “Reporting Party" means one or more individuals or groups filing a complaint as defined in sub. (3). A reporting party may also be a complainant as defined in sub. (2).
UWS 4.015(9) (9) “Sexual harassment" means conduct defined in s. 111.32, Stats.
UWS 4.015(10) (10) “Sexual assault" means conduct defined in s. 940.225, Stats.
UWS 4.015(11) (11) “Stalking" means conduct defined in s. 940.32, Stats.
UWS 4.015 History History: CR 15-061: cr. Register June 2016 No. 726, eff. 7-1-16; correction in (2) and (8) under 35.17, Stats., Register June 2016 No. 726.
Published under s. 35.93, Stats. Updated on the first day of each month. Entire code is always current. The Register date on each page is the date the chapter was last published.