I reported a code of conduct violation on Sunday evening (Sydney time) via the web site, as I wanted to check how the website works for non-users. It’s now Tuesday morning, and I haven’t received an email from Stack Exchange. Yes, I checked my spam filters.
People reporting a CoC violation ought to receive an acknowledgement in some form or another of their complaint, otherwise the person may suspect that Stack Exchange will try to pretend the CoC report never happened. Ideally, it’d happen immediately after the report was made, and indicate what steps Stack Exchange will take in investigating the report.
It’d also be nice if people are also informed once the matter has been investigated, so that people don’t have to resort to constantly visiting the offending post to see if it’s been dealt with, but that’s a separate issue.
The post in question is the same one as in More needs to be done against anti-semitic posts on Stack Exchange, which has since been deleted.