Investigations

Read: Student with Autism Dies After Crashing Golf Cart on Campus

Student with Autism Dies After Crashing Golf Cart on Campus

The family of the 15-year-old El Modena High School student has been given conflicting accounts of the incident, according to their attorney.

Read: Education Department Levies Largest-Ever Clery Fine Against MSU Over Mishandling of Nassar Scandal

Education Department Levies Largest-Ever Clery Fine Against MSU Over Mishandling of Nassar Scandal

Michigan State University will pay $4.5 million for its systemic failure to address sexual abuse.

Read: Sexual Abuse Claims Against Ex-Ohio State Doctor Now Over 300

Sexual Abuse Claims Against Ex-Ohio State Doctor Now Over 300

The number of allegations now made against Richard Strauss are nearing that of those made against former Michigan State doctor Larry Nassar.

Read: UCLA Pays Over $3.5M to Settle James Heaps Sexual Assault Allegations

UCLA Pays Over $3.5M to Settle James Heaps Sexual Assault Allegations

The former UCLA gynecologist has pleaded not guilty to the allegations and said he will not contribute any money to the settlement.

Read: The Significance of Technology-based Evidence in Sexual Violence Investigations

The Significance of Technology-based Evidence in Sexual Violence Investigations

Bryan Franke of 2C Solutions discusses how technology-based evidence can be used to turn around a sexual violence investigation.

Read: Ohio State Releases Strauss Sexual Abuse Findings

Ohio State Releases Strauss Sexual Abuse Findings

A report released by the school Friday said officials knew of at least 177 students who were sexually abused by former team doctor Richard Strauss.

Read: Ensuring Your Video Surveillance Systems Work When You Need Them

Ensuring Your Video Surveillance Systems Work When You Need Them

Video surveillance system downtime or data loss is a widespread problem for many organizations. Here’s how you can ensure your security cameras won’t let you down.

Read: USC Cardiology Program Loses Accreditation Amid Med School Scandals

USC Cardiology Program Loses Accreditation Amid Med School Scandals

In a faculty memo Thursday, USC’s medical school dean said the program was losing its accreditation due to “resident safety and wellness processes.”

Read: FBI-related Hack Exposes Personal Info of Over 23,000 People

FBI-related Hack Exposes Personal Info of Over 23,000 People

The stolen materials include names, jobs, email addresses, and for some, street addresses, of over 23,000 people, 1,000 of which are in law enforcement.

Read: USC Student’s Murder Sparks Rideshare Safety Campaign

USC Student’s Murder Sparks Rideshare Safety Campaign

#WhatsMyName is trending in Twitter after USC president sent a letter urging students to pose that question to their driver before entering the vehicle.

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