Rape

Read: Department of Education Launches Comprehensive Title IX Review

Department of Education Launches Comprehensive Title IX Review

OCR outlined plans to solicit the public’s input on Title IX regulations, ultimately leading to possible revisions through a notice of proposed rulemaking.

Read: Former Iowa State Student Settles Lawsuit with School, Ex-Title IX Coordinator

Former Iowa State Student Settles Lawsuit with School, Ex-Title IX Coordinator

The lawsuit claimed school officials did not properly investigate the student’s alleged rape and did not keep her updated on the status of the case.

Read: Omaha Public Schools Ex-Security Guard Charged with Child Sexual Assault

Omaha Public Schools Ex-Security Guard Charged with Child Sexual Assault

The victim, who is now 21, alleges the sexual abuse started when she was 15-years-old and lasted three years.

Read: Baylor Fraternity, Landlord Settle Lawsuit with Alleged Rape Victim

Baylor Fraternity, Landlord Settle Lawsuit with Alleged Rape Victim

The victim alleges former Phi Delta Theta fraternity president Jacob Anderson raped her at an off-campus house party in 2016.

Read: Cleveland Clinic Employee Abducted in Parking Lot, Raped

Cleveland Clinic Employee Abducted in Parking Lot, Raped

The suspect allegedly charged the woman, tackled her to the ground, and threw her in the back of her vehicle before driving off.

Read: LSU Ignored Sexual Misconduct Complaints Against Students, Top Athletes

LSU Ignored Sexual Misconduct Complaints Against Students, Top Athletes

At least nine LSU football players had been reported for dating violence and sexual misconduct, including multiple rapes.

Read: Ansley Public Schools Pays $650,000 Over Alleged Student Rape

Ansley Public Schools Pays $650,000 Over Alleged Student Rape

A 14-year-old boy who allegedly raped a student had a documented history of threatening to rape another student and a pregnant teacher.

Read: California County to Spend Up to $1M on Title IX Compliance Audits

California County to Spend Up to $1M on Title IX Compliance Audits

All K-12 and post-secondary schools, as well as private institutions, will be subject to the new Title IX audits.

Read: Baylor Fined Over $460,000 for Clery Act Violations

Baylor Fined Over $460,000 for Clery Act Violations

The Education Department launched an investigation in 2017 following reports of widespread sexual assault by Baylor football players.

Read: Female Officer Wins Settlement Against CCSU in Rape Lawsuit

Female Officer Wins Settlement Against CCSU in Rape Lawsuit

According to an investigation, the Central Connecticut State University police department hired officers with “red flags,” including criminal backgrounds.

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