Clery / Title IX

Read: Challenges Campuses Face When Compiling Annual Security Reports (ASRs)

Challenges Campuses Face When Compiling Annual Security Reports (ASRs)

Abigail Boyer, associate executive director for the Clery Center, discusses common findings from reviewing annual security reports.

Read: East Central University Student Charged with First-Degree Rape

East Central University Student Charged with First-Degree Rape

The student was interviewed by the ECU police chief who determined there was enough probable cause to arrest him for rape.

Read: 10 Tips for Title IX Coordinators in the Era of COVID-19

10 Tips for Title IX Coordinators in the Era of COVID-19

Law firm Husch Blackwell provides tips for continuing Title IX investigations while colleges and universities are largely shut down due to coronavirus.

Read: Dept. of Ed. Issues New Clery Act Guidance Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Dept. of Ed. Issues New Clery Act Guidance Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The new guidance covers emergency notification requirements for the essential employees and small number of students who remain on college campuses.

Read: Top 10 Stories from March: Coronavirus Concerns, Clery Act Critiques

Top 10 Stories from March: Coronavirus Concerns, Clery Act Critiques

Campus Safety’s most popular March stories include how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting campuses and a former police commissioner’s criticism of the Clery Act.

Read: OCR: Penn State Continued to Violate Title IX After Sandusky Scandal

OCR: Penn State Continued to Violate Title IX After Sandusky Scandal

A six-year review of Penn State’s handling of sexual misconduct complaints found several Title IX violations this academic year.

Read: Univ. of Michigan Sexual Misconduct Policy Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

Univ. of Michigan Sexual Misconduct Policy Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

The judge ruled a student accused of sexual assault is entitled to a live hearing with the opportunity to cross-examine his accuser.

Read: Communicating with Your Campus During the Coronavirus Crisis Using Mass Notification

Communicating with Your Campus During the Coronavirus Crisis Using Mass Notification

Organizations that leverage mass notifications can take advantage of a number of benefits that will help keep students and staff informed about ongoing COVID-19 developments, expectations and when campus operations will return to normal.

Read: Judge Dismisses 1 of 2 Title IX Lawsuits Against Univ. of Arizona

Judge Dismisses 1 of 2 Title IX Lawsuits Against Univ. of Arizona

The lawsuit was filed a year after University of Arizona football player Orlando Bradford was arrested for physically abusing two female students.

Read: Ohio State Settles 11 Strauss Sexual Abuse Lawsuits

Ohio State Settles 11 Strauss Sexual Abuse Lawsuits

The settlement funds will be distributed by an independent special master who is trained in sex abuse trauma.

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