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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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Robin Hattersley Gray · July 24, 2014
Amherst College student says he's facing double jeopardy for an assault he's accused of committing in 2009.

Robin Hattersley Gray · July 24, 2014
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CS Staff · July 24, 2014
Anthony Williams will be the university’s first African American police chief.

CS Staff · July 24, 2014
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Robin Hattersley Gray · July 24, 2014
Check out the campus security, technology, law enforcement and emergency management vendors that will be displaying their solutions July 31-Aug. 1.

CS Staff · July 23, 2014
Former Penn State Assistant Coaches Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney say the university unfairly linked them to the Jerry Sandusky scandal when school officials fired them in January 2012.

CS Staff · July 23, 2014
Hospital officials will pay as many as 8,500 patients who were secretly taped during pelvic exams by Dr. Nikita Levy.

CS Staff · July 22, 2014
The University of Connecticut has settled a lawsuit filed by five current and former students, who claimed the school mishandled sexual assault reports.

By Gary Sigrist Jr. · July 22, 2014
“Lock Out, Get Out, Take Out” active shooter response may be more appropriate for schools.

CS Staff · July 21, 2014
The state has now made $43 million available to improve school security since 2013.