Sextortion

Read: Lauren McCluskey’s Parents Reach $13.5 Million Settlement with Univ. of Utah

Lauren McCluskey’s Parents Reach $13.5 Million Settlement with Univ. of Utah

The settlement was reached exactly two years after student Lauren McCluskey was shot and killed by her ex-boyfriend on campus.

Read: Officer Fired for Misusing Lauren McCluskey Extortion Photos Multiple Times

Officer Fired for Misusing Lauren McCluskey Extortion Photos Multiple Times

The officer was fired by Logan police two days after the Utah Department of Public Safety released its own findings following a monthslong investigation.

Read: University of Utah Officer Kept Explicit Photos of Domestic Violence Victim on Phone, Showed Them to Co-worker

University of Utah Officer Kept Explicit Photos of Domestic Violence Victim on Phone, Showed Them to Co-worker

Former University of Utah Officer Miguel Deras is now the subject of an internal affairs investigation by the Logan Police Department for showing off explicit photos of Lauren McCluskey.

Read: Human Trafficking Summit Urges Educators to Look for Red Flags

Human Trafficking Summit Urges Educators to Look for Red Flags

Approximately 80% of humans trafficked in the U.S. are American, challenging the common belief that most victims are immigrants.

Read: Review of McCluskey Domestic Violence Case Uncovers Missteps by Campus Police

Review of McCluskey Domestic Violence Case Uncovers Missteps by Campus Police

Understaffing, lack of domestic violence training are just some of the issues that led to Lauren McCluskey’s murder by her ex-boyfriend.

Read: ASU Police Warn of Sex Traffickers at College Parties

ASU Police Warn of Sex Traffickers at College Parties

ASU police say sex traffickers are attending college parties to recruit women into prostitution by putting them in compromising positions and threatening to expose them to the campus community.

Read: Parent and School Administrator Guide to Cyber Security for Kids

Parent and School Administrator Guide to Cyber Security for Kids

Here are some effective ways you can keep kids safe when they are online or using technology.

Read: What Should Schools Do When Students Engage in Sexting?

What Should Schools Do When Students Engage in Sexting?

In the K-12 setting it is usually not appropriate to suspend, expel or arrest the student… or do nothing.

Read: Teen with AK-47 Arrested Over Threats to Shoot Up High School

Teen with AK-47 Arrested Over Threats to Shoot Up High School

Police found an AK-47, along with 180 rounds of ammunition in the suspect’s home.

N.Y College Student Arrested in Child Porn Case

Investigators claim he communicated with three minors online and believe there are more victims.

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