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Survey: 40% of Colleges Haven’t Investigated a Sexual Assault in 5 Years

Robin Hattersley Gray · July 09, 2014
Study also found that only 16% of schools conduct climate surveys and more than 1 in 10 don't have Title IX coordinators.
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CS Staff · August 30, 2014
The university will spend $150,000 for 10 security cameras to monitor off-campus neighborhoods where students live.

CS Staff · August 29, 2014
A pediatric nurse for Kaiser Permanente, has been charged with sexual exploitation of a child for allegedly sexually assaulting a 2-month-old premature foster baby who was placed in his care.

CS Staff · August 29, 2014
Theodore Hunyadi will now serve as the district's director of security and facilities.

Robin Hattersley Gray · August 29, 2014
Policy includes revised definition of consent and incapacitation.

Robin Hattersley Gray · August 29, 2014
The review, prompted by criticism to police response to protests in Ferguson, Mo., will most likely include the Department of Defense’s (DOD) 1033 Excess Property Program.

CS Staff · August 28, 2014
Principal told him he would be arrested if he brought it on campus.

CS Staff · August 28, 2014
The Ector County Independent School District is planning to spend about $2 million on video surveillance.

CS Staff · August 27, 2014
The three-year-old girl was leaving the hospital with her family when a golf cart being driven by a security guard hit the child.

CS Staff · August 27, 2014
Northern Virginia Community College Police Chief Daniel Dusseau wins the education category, and Barnes-Jewish Hospital Director of Public Safety Margie Brine wins the healthcare category.

CS Staff · August 27, 2014
The School Board of Highlands County wants to replace its VHS tape recording equipment on school buses with digital cameras.