Report Alcohol/Substance Abuse or Other Violations of Risk Management Policies
You may use this form to report any incidents or concerns regarding alcohol or substance abuse related to Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity. All allegations must indicate a possible violation of one or more of the Fraternity’s Risk Management Policies. If you wish to speak with someone directly, please call (800) 473-2649 to speak with a member of the National Headquarters Staff.
Alcohol and/or Substance Abuse can be seriously harmful to individuals, as well as detrimental to the welfare of the Fraternity; therefore, all reports are taken seriously and investigated appropriately. Upon receiving an alleged violation of conduct, the Fraternity may assign a designee to review relevant information and consult with identified parties regarding the incident in question. If the information warrants disciplinary action, the National Headquarters will send notification to any member or body indicating the nature of the activity in question and what policies were allegedly violated. Any Fraternity investigatory reports may be utilized in conjunction with any filed institution or law enforcement reports.
If you choose to use this form, provide as much information as possible. Please note that it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to verify a report of abuse without some form of contact with the individual(s) reporting the incident(s). For this reason, the Fraternity cannot accept anonymous reports. The Fraternity will keep your name and contact information confidential at your request.
All harassing claims and false reports are subject to fullest penalties of the law.
Please provide detailed information regarding the incident you are reporting involving Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity.
By submitting this report, you are stating that all information contained in the report is true and accurate to the best of your knowledge. Knowingly filing a false record may lead to legal action.
Once this report is received, the National Headquarters may be contacting you via phone or email to discuss this matter in further detail.