Sexual Assault

Read: San Jose State to Pay $1.6M to Students Assaulted by Athletic Trainer

San Jose State to Pay $1.6M to Students Assaulted by Athletic Trainer

The DOJ found that SJSU failed for more than a decade to respond adequately to reports of sexual assault of female student-athletes by an athletic trainer then working at the university.

Read: Want to Speak at the 2022 Campus Safety Conferences? Submit Your Presentations Now!

Want to Speak at the 2022 Campus Safety Conferences? Submit Your Presentations Now!

The 2022 Campus Safety Conferences will be held in June, July and November at three different locations across the country.

Read: Kagan Denies Student’s Request to Block Suspension Over Sexual Assault Claim

Kagan Denies Student’s Request to Block Suspension Over Sexual Assault Claim

The 15-year-old was suspended under the Title IX emergency removal provision after his ex-girlfriend claimed he sexually assaulted her.

Read: Department of Education Vacates Controversial Title IX Provision

Department of Education Vacates Controversial Title IX Provision

The rule prohibited Title IX investigators from using evidence or statements from involved parties who did not undergo cross-examination.

Read: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bolsters Sexual Misconduct Prevention Efforts

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bolsters Sexual Misconduct Prevention Efforts

UNL’s chancellor announced the changes following five nights of protests by students over the school’s handling of sexual misconduct claims.

Read: Discharged Police Chief at University of Utah Files $2.5M Lawsuit

Discharged Police Chief at University of Utah Files $2.5M Lawsuit

The former University of Utah police chief was terminated for misuse of authority but then cleared due to lack of evidence.

Read: Bates College Implements New Security Plan to Ease Tension Between Students and Safety Officers

Bates College Implements New Security Plan to Ease Tension Between Students and Safety Officers

An investigation revealed issues and solutions to improve relations between Bates College students and campus security officers, including the creation of “live-in” positions.

Read: Lawsuit Claims Liberty University Honor Code Punishes Sexual Assault Victims

Lawsuit Claims Liberty University Honor Code Punishes Sexual Assault Victims

The assailant of one of the victims at Liberty University turned out to be Jesse Matthew, who later was convicted of murdering two female students at Virginia Tech and the University of Virginia.

Read: Clery Act Prohibits Non-Disclosure Agreements in Campus Sexual Assault Cases

Clery Act Prohibits Non-Disclosure Agreements in Campus Sexual Assault Cases

The U.S. Department of Education has ruled that Arizona State unlawfully required a rape victim to sign a gag order in order to see how the school handled her case.

Read: Justice Department Says University of Nebraska-Lincoln Misinterpreted Title IX

Justice Department Says University of Nebraska-Lincoln Misinterpreted Title IX

The DOJ says a single rape or sexual assault can meet the Title IX standard.

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