Crime Reporting

Read: Why the ‘Most Dangerous College Campuses’ List Is Dangerous and Misleading

Why the ‘Most Dangerous College Campuses’ List Is Dangerous and Misleading

Reports purportedly listing America’s ‘Most Dangerous Colleges’ discourage campuses from accurately reporting crime. This puts students, faculty, and staff in more, not less, danger.

Read: Revised Title IX Regulations Are Finally Here: What Has Changed and What to Do Next

Revised Title IX Regulations Are Finally Here: What Has Changed and What to Do Next

Three legal experts explain two major Title IX revisions and the steps schools must take to meet the Aug. 1 compliance deadline.

Read: Clery Act Compliance: Why Fines Are Getting So Big and How Colleges Can Avoid Them

Clery Act Compliance: Why Fines Are Getting So Big and How Colleges Can Avoid Them

Liberty University was fined $14 million for Clery Act violations. Two experts share why fines have gotten so massive and how schools can improve compliance.

Read: Arming Teachers: Duval County Residents Share Concerns About Florida Guardian Program

Arming Teachers: Duval County Residents Share Concerns About Florida Guardian Program

Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri is pushing for Duval County Public Schools to adopt the program which would allow for the arming of teachers.

Read: Family of Kristin Smart Sues Cal Poly for Negligence, Wrongful Death

Family of Kristin Smart Sues Cal Poly for Negligence, Wrongful Death

The lawsuit claims Cal Poly police waited four days to investigate Smart’s disappearance and 16 days to inspect a suspect’s dorm room.

Read: Update: Liberty University Threatened with $37.5 Million Clery Fine for Underreported Crimes, Destroyed Evidence

Update: Liberty University Threatened with $37.5 Million Clery Fine for Underreported Crimes, Destroyed Evidence

The Education Department found Liberty failed to report dozens of criminal offenses from 2016 to 2020 that included incidents of rape, domestic violence, and stalking.

Read: Michigan’s OK2SAY Tip Line Sees Increase in School Safety Concerns

Michigan’s OK2SAY Tip Line Sees Increase in School Safety Concerns

The top three categories with the most tips related to school safety in 2022 were bullying, suicide threats, and drugs.

Read: New Mexico Public Schools Insurance Authority Adopts STOPit Solutions Anonymous Reporting System

New Mexico Public Schools Insurance Authority Adopts STOPit Solutions Anonymous Reporting System

NMPSIA member schools will have access to STOPit’s anonymous reporting, incident management, and real-time communication features.

Read: Lawmakers Reintroduce Bipartisan Campus Safety Bill to Honor Student Killed in Pedestrian Accident

Lawmakers Reintroduce Bipartisan Campus Safety Bill to Honor Student Killed in Pedestrian Accident

The bill would require colleges and universities to disclose accidents and other incidents that result in serious injury or death in their annual security report.

Read: The Alarming Statistics of Sexual Harassment in Academia and How to Prevent It

The Alarming Statistics of Sexual Harassment in Academia and How to Prevent It

Studies found 50% of female undergraduate students and over 58% of female faculty and staff members experienced sexual harassment on campus.

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