Keep them anonymous until proven guilty
How do you keep the victim and the accused anonymous? [...] Let's say the person being accused, one of the people on the board is his or her teacher. This may change the way the teacher views the student forever, even if it's not true. So yeah, you have to find a way to keep them anonymous until proven guilty.
Address respondent rights and supports available to respondents in each of the following circumstances: 1) the investigation into the complaint is ongoing 2) the investigation concludes that the respondent has violated the policy, or 3) the investigation does not conclude that the respondent has violated the policy.
In the policy itself and in materials and presentations promoting the policy, define "confidential" and "anonymous," and explain how these concepts pertain to the policy, university-based sexual assault services, and the limits on confidentiality and anonymity.
Provide detail and clarity about what happens, and who helps the students involved, at every stage of the process following a disclosure or report.