Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Read: 37% of Potential Elder Abuse Cases Aren’t Reported to Law Enforcement

37% of Potential Elder Abuse Cases Aren’t Reported to Law Enforcement

A report from the Department of Health also found 1 in 5 cases of potential elder abuse aren’t reported to state inspection agencies.

Read: Whiting Forensic to Separate from Conn. Valley Hospital Amid Abuse Probe

Whiting Forensic to Separate from Conn. Valley Hospital Amid Abuse Probe

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy signed an order to separate the mental health unit following serious patient abuse allegations involving 41 employees.

Read: 21 SUNY Fraternity Members Charged with Hazing Pledges

21 SUNY Fraternity Members Charged with Hazing Pledges

The alleged hazing included physical abuse with a paddle and forced consumption of foods and beverages meant to induce vomiting.

Read: 10 Arrested for Alleged Repeated Abuse of Psychiatric Patient

10 Arrested for Alleged Repeated Abuse of Psychiatric Patient

The alleged repeated abuse, including physical, mental and sexual, was caught on surveillance video, according to police.

Read: With Rise in Student Mental Health Issues, Mass. Group to Offer Solutions

With Rise in Student Mental Health Issues, Mass. Group to Offer Solutions

The group was formed in response to the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

Wash. Psychiatric Hospital Employee Charged with Molesting Patients

The employee allegedly threatened retaliation against the patients if they reported his behavior.

Read: Study Finds Hospitals Often Miss Signs of Senior Abuse

Study Finds Hospitals Often Miss Signs of Senior Abuse

Missed diagnoses could take a huge toll with so many seniors making trips to hospitals each year.

Read: Former Rutgers Basketball Employee Reaches $500K Settlement

Former Rutgers Basketball Employee Reaches $500K Settlement

The settlement stems from a 2012 player mistreatment controversy at the school.

Read: Claims of Abuse Spark Investigation into GWU Coach

Claims of Abuse Spark Investigation into GWU Coach

The investigation will be conducted by an outside counsel.

Read: Report: Complaints to OCR Have Doubled Since 2005

Report: Complaints to OCR Have Doubled Since 2005

Despite the increase, staffing at the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has decreased by 15 percent in the past decade.

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