Sexual Abuse Reporting

Read: Univ. of Michigan Revamps Policy to Protect Those Who Report Misconduct

Univ. of Michigan Revamps Policy to Protect Those Who Report Misconduct

The Protection from Retaliation policy was updated after an investigation into sexual harassment claims against ex-Provost Martin Philbert.

Read: Judge Dismisses Remaining Strauss Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Against Ohio State

Judge Dismisses Remaining Strauss Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Against Ohio State

The judge ruled the lawsuits can’t move forward because the statute of limitations for criminal rape cases in Ohio is 20 years.

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: Tip to School Officer Lands Family Member of Student in Jail for Sexual Abuse

Tip to School Officer Lands Family Member of Student in Jail for Sexual Abuse

A Washington City truck driver is facing five counts of first-degree felony sexual assault thanks to a tip provided by a student to a school resource manager.

Read: USC Agrees to $852 Million Settlement with Sex Abuse Victims

USC Agrees to $852 Million Settlement with Sex Abuse Victims

In total, USC has agreed to pay $1.1 billion to the more than 700 women who say they were sexually abused by former student health center gynecologist George Tyndall.

Read: Know Your IX Releases Findings from Student Survivor Survey

Know Your IX Releases Findings from Student Survivor Survey

The findings include statistics and first-person accounts from sexual or dating violence survivors who reported their abuse to their schools.

Read: Praesidium Releases Updated Accreditation Standards for Sexual Abuse Prevention

Praesidium Releases Updated Accreditation Standards for Sexual Abuse Prevention

The updated standards are based on scientific research, thousands of cases and 30 years of field experience, according to the organization.

Read: UCLA Cardiologist Stripped of Medical License for Sexual Assault

UCLA Cardiologist Stripped of Medical License for Sexual Assault

The cardiologist is accused of sexually assaulting three colleagues while he worked at the Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center.

Read: Final Title IX Regulations Released By Education Department

Final Title IX Regulations Released By Education Department

The new regulations require colleges to allow cross-examination of accusers and eliminate the single-investigator models.

Read: OCR: USC’s Handling of Tyndall Sexual Abuse “Extraordinarily Egregious”

OCR: USC’s Handling of Tyndall Sexual Abuse “Extraordinarily Egregious”

Following an investigation, the school has agreed to create a centralized record-keeping system to track sexual misconduct allegations against employees.

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