Sexual Abuse Reporting

Read: Penn State Could Face More Legal Claims from Sandusky Victims

Penn State Could Face More Legal Claims from Sandusky Victims

The university has set aside $33.2 million for future cases involving alleged victims of Jerry Sandusky.

Read: Senators Criticize Greek Life Groups Lobbying for Safe Campus Act

Senators Criticize Greek Life Groups Lobbying for Safe Campus Act

Senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Claire McCaskill say the Safe Campus Act makes reporting sexual assaults more difficult. Both senators sponsor the Campus Accountability and Safety Act.

Read: 3 Lessons the Military Can Teach Colleges About Responding to Sexual Violence

3 Lessons the Military Can Teach Colleges About Responding to Sexual Violence

The U.S. armed forces have pioneered promising new ways to address sexual assault among its soldiers. Three prevention strategies in particular apply to institutions of higher education.

N.H College Develops Sexual Assault MOU with City

The joint action taken by Keene State College and the city of Keene is modeled after recommendations on handling sexual assault released by the White House in January.

Mich. State to Change How It Handles Sexual Violence, Harassment Cases

Michigan State University will undergo a series of policy and procedure changes to further comply with Title IX.

Rape Reported at Calif. Community College

A student at Santa Rosa Junior College reported the rape five days after the alleged incident.

Read: At Campus Safety Conference Sheriff Dart Gives Insights, Advice

At Campus Safety Conference Sheriff Dart Gives Insights, Advice

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart was the Campus Safety conference’s first keynote speaker in Chicago. His speech focused on dealing with sexual assault on college campuses.

Read: Former Police Sergeant, School Employee Convicted of Sexual Assault

Former Police Sergeant, School Employee Convicted of Sexual Assault

Alex Robinson was convicted of two felonies and faces eight more counts of child sexual assault charges.

Clery Center Responds to McCaskill Call to Repeal Clery Act

The Clery Center sent an open letter to U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill after the senator said her goal was to remove the Clery Act at the Campus Safety National Forum.

Read: Understanding Title IX Consequences at the K-12 Level

Understanding Title IX Consequences at the K-12 Level

Jules Irvin-Rooney presented on June 25 at the Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C.

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