Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Read: New Jersey Extends Statute of Limitations for Sex Abuse Victims

New Jersey Extends Statute of Limitations for Sex Abuse Victims

The extension will allow victims of sexual abuse more time to sue their attackers and seek damages from institutions.

Read: Indiana Law Professor Resigns After Title IX Misconduct Investigation

Indiana Law Professor Resigns After Title IX Misconduct Investigation

The former professor said the Title IX investigation gave him “a chance to live the life I’ve got differently,” and that it was justice for his actions.

Read: See What’s Happening at This Summer’s Campus Safety Conferences

See What’s Happening at This Summer’s Campus Safety Conferences

Learn more about the important, can’t miss sessions coming to each conference city.

Read: Report Finds Prolonged ‘Institutional Failure’ in Harvard Sexual Misconduct Case

Report Finds Prolonged ‘Institutional Failure’ in Harvard Sexual Misconduct Case

The report recommended the department create a Title IX liaison position and offer more courses on race, identity and gender politics.

Read: M.O. Lobbyist Pushes Title IX Changes in Effort to Help Son, Emails Show

M.O. Lobbyist Pushes Title IX Changes in Effort to Help Son, Emails Show

After his son was expelled for a Title IX complaint, a lobbyist is pushing the idea that the problem on campus is not rape, but women regretting casual sex.

Read: Why Men Need to Talk About Gender-Based Violence

Why Men Need to Talk About Gender-Based Violence

Jana’s Campaign founder discusses the need for men to talk about gender-based violence and change the ‘boys will be boys’ mentality.

Read: USC Cardiology Program Loses Accreditation Amid Med School Scandals

USC Cardiology Program Loses Accreditation Amid Med School Scandals

In a faculty memo Thursday, USC’s medical school dean said the program was losing its accreditation due to “resident safety and wellness processes.”

Read: Campus Safety Conference West Heads to Vegas!

Campus Safety Conference West Heads to Vegas!

CSC West will address a wide range of critical K-12 and higher education safety and security issues, including suicide prevention, gang violence, transportation safety, sexual assault investigations, mental health, threat assessments, Clery compliance, lockdown, recovery and more.

Read: Brigham Young University Students Protest the Honor Code Office

Brigham Young University Students Protest the Honor Code Office

Students allege that BYU’s Honor Code Office has punished them for reporting sexual assaults and has not provided support.

Read: Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

The Detroit Free Press noticed a trend where courts are frequently ruling on the side of students accused of sexual assault.

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