Sexual Abuse Reporting

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.

Read: How to Make a Report of Suspected Child Abuse

How to Make a Report of Suspected Child Abuse

Knowing how to file a report when you suspect child abuse is critical to protect the children in your organization.

Read: OSU Wrestler Says Rep. Jim Jordan ‘Begged’ Him to Contradict Brother’s Abuse Claims

OSU Wrestler Says Rep. Jim Jordan ‘Begged’ Him to Contradict Brother’s Abuse Claims

Adam DiSabato testified Jordan asked him to go against his brother’s claims that Jordan knew about continued sexual abuse by Richard Strauss.

Read: Report Finds ‘Code of Silence’ at 3 Michigan All-Boys Catholic Schools

Report Finds ‘Code of Silence’ at 3 Michigan All-Boys Catholic Schools

“They would rather carry it to the grave than to let someone else know about it,” one parent said. “You don’t want to be the one to upset the brotherhood.”

Read: Judge Approves USC Settlement with Ex-Gynecologist’s Sexual Abuse Victims for $215M

Judge Approves USC Settlement with Ex-Gynecologist’s Sexual Abuse Victims for $215M

Hundreds of students and alumni have come forward to accuse former gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall of sexual misconduct during physical exams.

Read: N.C. School Employees Must Now Be Trained to Spot Sex Trafficking, Abuse

N.C. School Employees Must Now Be Trained to Spot Sex Trafficking, Abuse

The training should cover prevention, how sexual predators groom their victims, warning signs, how to intervene, legal responsibilities and resources that can provide assistance.

Read: New Texas Law Requires All College Employees Report Sexual Abuse

New Texas Law Requires All College Employees Report Sexual Abuse

Under the new law, employees could face misdemeanor charges and be fired for failing to report alleged sexual abuse by students or staff.

Read: Study: 1 in 16 Women Say Their First Sexual Experience Was Rape

Study: 1 in 16 Women Say Their First Sexual Experience Was Rape

The study also found women who reported their first sexual experience as rape were more likely to see physical and mental conditions as a result.

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