Sexual Abuse

Read: States with the Best and Worst Elder-Abuse Protections

States with the Best and Worst Elder-Abuse Protections

Do you know where your state ranks regarding its elder-abuse protections? This new report breaks it down.

Read: Jury Finds Ex-UCLA Gynecologist Guilty of Sexual Abuse

Jury Finds Ex-UCLA Gynecologist Guilty of Sexual Abuse

Thursday’s verdict follows payments of nearly $700 million by UCLA to victims, a record amount by a public university.

Read: 2 NYC Hospitals Settle OGBYN Sexual Abuse Case, Will Pay $165M

2 NYC Hospitals Settle OGBYN Sexual Abuse Case, Will Pay $165M

Prosecutors say former OBGYN Robert Hadden sexually abused dozens of his female patients, including minors, over many years.

Read: DOJ Announces $22 Million to Reduce Sexual, Domestic Violence on College Campuses

DOJ Announces $22 Million to Reduce Sexual, Domestic Violence on College Campuses

Some of the funding will be used to promote boys’ and men’s roles in combating violence against women and girls.

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: S.C. Department of Education Partners with Vector Solutions to Address Student Safety, Mental Health

S.C. Department of Education Partners with Vector Solutions to Address Student Safety, Mental Health

All South Carolina schools have access to Vector’s Student Safety & Wellness courses which cover topics like dating violence and depression.

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: University of Michigan to Pay $490 Million to Victims of Doctor’s Sexual Abuse

University of Michigan to Pay $490 Million to Victims of Doctor’s Sexual Abuse

Dr. Robert Anderson worked at the University of Michigan from 1966 through 2003 and is believed to have sexually assaulted athletes during routine exams.

Read: Prosecutors Lose Appeal to Reinstate Charges Against Ex-Michigan State President in Nassar-Related Case

Prosecutors Lose Appeal to Reinstate Charges Against Ex-Michigan State President in Nassar-Related Case

An appellate judge said statements made by Lou Anna Simon during interviews about Larry Nassar were “immaterial to the prosecution’s sham investigation.”

Read: Campus Safety Conference at EDspaces Tackles Wide Variety of K-12, Higher Ed Protection Issues

Campus Safety Conference at EDspaces Tackles Wide Variety of K-12, Higher Ed Protection Issues

CSC at EDspaces provided valuable education and training on security technology, emergency and media management, active shooter response, and other hot topics to help college and school safety executives protect their campuses.

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