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Crime Reporting

Read: Man Arrested for Sending Threatening Videos to Soka University Professor

Man Arrested for Sending Threatening Videos to Soka University Professor

The suspect has been charged with one felony count of making criminal threats after authorities say multiple videos referenced “killing sprees”.

Read: Clery Act Requirements For Study Abroad And Field Trips

Clery Act Requirements For Study Abroad And Field Trips

What role does the Clery Act play in field trips, study abroad programs and sports tournaments?

Read: Univ. of St. Thomas Fined for Underreporting Crime, Violating Clery Act

Univ. of St. Thomas Fined for Underreporting Crime, Violating Clery Act

An investigation was launched after complaints that the school violated the Clery Act by not providing sexual assault prevention and response procedures.

Read: Sixth Hamilton High Student Files Sexual Assault Claim, Staff Reassigned

Sixth Hamilton High Student Files Sexual Assault Claim, Staff Reassigned

Six lawsuits have been filed against the Chandler United School District, claiming officials knew of sexual abuse by football players but did not report it.

Read: Department of Education Issues New Interim Guidance on Campus Sexual Misconduct

Department of Education Issues New Interim Guidance on Campus Sexual Misconduct

A new Q&A will serve as an interim guide until the conclusion of notice and comment rulemaking; 2011 and 2014 guidances have been withdrawn.

Read: Report: 2017 Crime Rate on Trend to Be Lowest Since 1990

Report: 2017 Crime Rate on Trend to Be Lowest Since 1990

Data from the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law indicates the overall 2017 crime rate will drop by 1.8 percent.

Read: Audit: 1 in 4 Nursing Home Abuse Cases Go Unreported to Police

Audit: 1 in 4 Nursing Home Abuse Cases Go Unreported to Police

Nursing home abuse will become a more significant problem as the population ages.

Read: NYC School Crime Numbers Challenged by Pro-Charter Group

NYC School Crime Numbers Challenged by Pro-Charter Group

The Department of Education and the NYPD reported that the 2016-2017 school year was the safest year for NYC public schools in nearly two decades.

Read: 8 Clery Act Documents Colleges Must Keep

8 Clery Act Documents Colleges Must Keep

The Department of Education requires schools to keep these Clery Act documents for seven years.

Read: 9 in 10 Colleges Reported No Rapes in 2015 Clery Act Stats

9 in 10 Colleges Reported No Rapes in 2015 Clery Act Stats

The figure shows schools still have a long way to go to encourage sexual assault victims to come forward.

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