The Education Department found Liberty failed to report dozens of criminal offenses from 2016 to 2020 that included incidents of rape, domestic violence, and stalking.
Initial victim contacts, physical and digital evidence collection, and proper trauma-informed interview techniques all play a significant role.
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled the accuser is not immune because the accused had fewer rights during Yale’s disciplinary process than he would have had in criminal court.
A total of ten women now allege the Chicago school has suppressed reports of sexual violence and sexual harassment.
The abuse started when the victim was 12 years old and lasted for three years.
A judge ruled the plaintiff, who filed a lawsuit against MIT after he was expelled, must either file under his real name or dismiss the suit.
A federal judge also dismissed a lawsuit filed against the University of Northern Colorado by a student accused of sexual misconduct.
Students and employees allege Liberty University mishandled sexual assault investigations and retaliated against plaintiffs.
Trauma-informed investigations of sexual assaults and other violent crimes enables investigators to convict more perpetrators.
The 16-year-old punched, choked, and knocked the teacher unconscious multiple times during the vicious attack.