Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Read: Woman Claims Atchison Hospital Leaked Info to Her Alleged Rapist

Woman Claims Atchison Hospital Leaked Info to Her Alleged Rapist

She filed a lawsuit claiming an employee leaked personal information to her alleged rapist — who then sexually assaulted her again.

Read: Security Guard Arrested for Sexually Assaulting Sleeping Patient

Security Guard Arrested for Sexually Assaulting Sleeping Patient

The Springs Memorial Hospital security guard was fired and arrested for allegedly assaulting a woman during his shift.

Read: MSU Interim President Resigns After Remarks About Nassar Victims

MSU Interim President Resigns After Remarks About Nassar Victims

Interim President John Engler made comments about the victims of Larry Nassar, saying they are “enjoying their time in the spotlight.”

Read: Muslim Family Claims Discrimination at Virginia Hospital, Staff Calls Them ‘Scary’

Muslim Family Claims Discrimination at Virginia Hospital, Staff Calls Them ‘Scary’

While at the hospital celebrating the birth of a newborn baby, hospital staff allegedly threatened to kick the family out.

Read: Nevada College Professor Shoots Self to Protest Trump Administration

Nevada College Professor Shoots Self to Protest Trump Administration

At the scene, the CSN faculty member was “rambling” and upset about President Donald Trump and the state of the nation.

Read: Jury Awards $10M Over Security Incidents at Chicago Hospital

Jury Awards $10M Over Security Incidents at Chicago Hospital

A jury has determined that a Chicago hospital should pay more than $10 million to a female doctor and six nurses who filed a joint lawsuit for two separate incidents.

Read: Background Checks Bar 266 Chicago Public Schools Employees from Coming Back to Work

Background Checks Bar 266 Chicago Public Schools Employees from Coming Back to Work

Only those whose background checks revealed a history of violence, sexual misconduct or dangerous criminal activity have been banned.

Read: AP: Doctors Keep Medical Licenses Despite Sexual Abuse Claims

AP: Doctors Keep Medical Licenses Despite Sexual Abuse Claims

An investigation by the Associated Press found disciplinary action against doctors accused of sexual abuse typically consists of a short suspension and mandatory therapy.

Read: Calif. School District to Spend $200K More on Title IX Investigations

Calif. School District to Spend $200K More on Title IX Investigations

The Title IX investigations cover sexual violence, harassment and misconduct.

Read: 2 Ohio Teachers Placed on Leave for Dragging Student with Autism

2 Ohio Teachers Placed on Leave for Dragging Student with Autism

Surveillance video shows the two teachers dragging the 7-year-old student, who has autism, to the school office after misbehaving on the playground.

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