The number of allegations now made against Richard Strauss are nearing that of those made against former Michigan State doctor Larry Nassar.
The suit says one accused rabbi was promoted to principal even after receiving several allegations of abuse from parents.
ATIXA believes those who do Title IX-related work have “gotten ahead of the science” and need to take “a corrective and collective step back.”
The Sixth Circuit ruled having a neutral party interview the complainant and respondent in a Title IX matter met constitutional due process principles.
The class-action lawsuit claims two California universities follow unfair procedures when finding students responsible for sexual misconduct.
CS’ latest survey finds that overall demand for emergency notification solutions has increased to 57%, compared to 51% in 2017
Detective Mark Wynn explains the positive strides law enforcement has taken when dealing with domestic violence and the areas that still need work.
Commanding keynotes, dozens of workshops and breakout sessions and over 50 sponsors showcasing the latest security products made for a memorable event.
Law firms are stepping in to handle universities’ Clery reporting to avoid fines that can cost up to $57,000 per penalty.
The former UCLA gynecologist has pleaded not guilty to the allegations and said he will not contribute any money to the settlement.