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Sexual Assault

Read: UCLA to Pay $700M to Settle Former Gynecologist Sexual Abuse Case

UCLA to Pay $700M to Settle Former Gynecologist Sexual Abuse Case

This settlement is in addition to millions more previously paid by UCLA to settle claims of sexual abuse by James Heaps.

Read: Judges Largely Dismiss Title IX Lawsuits Against Penn State, University of Nebraska

Judges Largely Dismiss Title IX Lawsuits Against Penn State, University of Nebraska

A federal judge also dismissed a lawsuit filed against the University of Northern Colorado by a student accused of sexual misconduct.

Read: OCR Resolves Sexual Harassment Investigation of Medical School

OCR Resolves Sexual Harassment Investigation of Medical School

U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights Announces Resolution of Sexual Harassment Investigation of San Juan Bautista School of Medicine

Read: Hospital Violent Crime Increased 47% Last Year

Hospital Violent Crime Increased 47% Last Year

IAHSS’s latest crime survey found that the rate of murders, rapes, robberies, and aggravated assaults at U.S. hospitals dramatically increased in 2021.

Read: Partial Settlement Reached in Title IX Lawsuit Against Liberty University

Partial Settlement Reached in Title IX Lawsuit Against Liberty University

Students and employees allege Liberty University mishandled sexual assault investigations and retaliated against plaintiffs.

Read: USC Settles Doctor Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Brought by 80 LGBTQ+ Men

USC Settles Doctor Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Brought by 80 LGBTQ+ Men

Eighty former male students who are mostly gay or bisexual say they were sexually abused during examinations by a former USC physician.

Read: Opinion: Did Michigan’s New Door Barricade Device Legislation Just Empower Bullies?

Opinion: Did Michigan’s New Door Barricade Device Legislation Just Empower Bullies?

Safety and security are a priority for schools and legislators, but life safety shortcuts, such as door barricade devices, may lead to even more tragedy.

Read: How Trauma-Informed Campus Policing Can Make Investigations More Effective

How Trauma-Informed Campus Policing Can Make Investigations More Effective

Trauma-informed investigations of sexual assaults and other violent crimes enables investigators to convict more perpetrators.

Read: Eldorado High Student Charged with Attempted Murder, Rape in Teacher Attack

Eldorado High Student Charged with Attempted Murder, Rape in Teacher Attack

The 16-year-old punched, choked, and knocked the teacher unconscious multiple times during the vicious attack.

Read: Man Who Lived in Daughter’s Sarah Lawrence Dorm Found Guilty of Sex Trafficking Students

Man Who Lived in Daughter’s Sarah Lawrence Dorm Found Guilty of Sex Trafficking Students

One of the victims said she gave the man $2.5 million she made after he extorted her into becoming a sex worker.

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