Sexual Assault

Read: UPDATE: 2 Virginia High School Football Players Charged with Simple Assault Over Hazing

UPDATE: 2 Virginia High School Football Players Charged with Simple Assault Over Hazing

Three more high school football teams are under investigation for alleged hazing and bullying incidents.

Read: Nurse Charged with Sexually Assaulting Woman at Daytona Beach Hospital

Nurse Charged with Sexually Assaulting Woman at Daytona Beach Hospital

The Halifax Health Medical Center nurse is the alleged victim’s jiu-jitsu instructor and is facing multiple charges.

Read: Georgia State University Officer Charged with Rape

Georgia State University Officer Charged with Rape

The officer allegedly used his badge to allay suspicions of the desk clerk at the hotel where the assault took place.

Read: Texas Choir Teacher Gets 60 Days in Jail for Sexually Abusing 13-Year-Old Student

Texas Choir Teacher Gets 60 Days in Jail for Sexually Abusing 13-Year-Old Student

The abuse started when the victim was 12 years old and lasted for three years.

Read: Appeals Court Hears Arguments for MIT Student Accused of Rape Who Was Denied Anonymity in Lawsuit

Appeals Court Hears Arguments for MIT Student Accused of Rape Who Was Denied Anonymity in Lawsuit

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.

Read: Campus Safety Conferences Deliver Intensive Training on Trauma-Informed Policing

Campus Safety Conferences Deliver Intensive Training on Trauma-Informed Policing

A survivor and campus police chief explain the effects of trauma on victims and strategies to effectively investigate incidents.

Read: Schools Had Most Shootings in 2 Decades, According to New Federal Report

Schools Had Most Shootings in 2 Decades, According to New Federal Report

Despite the rise in shootings, nonfatal criminal victimizations dropped from 51 to 11 per 1,000 students, ages 12-18 over the past ten years.

Read: The U.S. Department of Education Releases Proposed Changes to Title IX Regulations, Invites Public Comment

The U.S. Department of Education Releases Proposed Changes to Title IX Regulations, Invites Public Comment

The Department’s proposed Title IX regulations will be open for public comment for 60 days from the date of publication in the Federal Register.

Read: Social Media: Both a Criminal Accelerant and a Law Enforcement Tool

Social Media: Both a Criminal Accelerant and a Law Enforcement Tool

While social media is increasingly being used — especially by young people — for bragging about crimes, it also continues to prove useful in solving crimes.

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.

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