Sexual Misconduct

Read: Female Officer Wins Settlement Against CCSU in Rape Lawsuit

Female Officer Wins Settlement Against CCSU in Rape Lawsuit

According to an investigation, the Central Connecticut State University police department hired officers with “red flags,” including criminal backgrounds.

Read: 18 State Attorneys General Sue DeVos Over Final Title IX Rule

18 State Attorneys General Sue DeVos Over Final Title IX Rule

The lawsuit claims the final regulations narrow Title IX’s reach and will chill the reporting of sexual harassment due to extensive procedural requirements.

Read: University of Kentucky Fires Its Cheerleading Coaches

University of Kentucky Fires Its Cheerleading Coaches

An investigation of the school’s cheerleaders uncovered hazing, alcohol abuse and inappropriate conduct at off-campus events.

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: Police: UVM Medical Center Doctor Hid Camera in Staff Bathroom

Police: UVM Medical Center Doctor Hid Camera in Staff Bathroom

The emergency department doctor and assistant professor is facing several voyeurism charges after hospital security discovered the hidden camera.

Read: OCR: Penn State Continued to Violate Title IX After Sandusky Scandal

OCR: Penn State Continued to Violate Title IX After Sandusky Scandal

A six-year review of Penn State’s handling of sexual misconduct complaints found several Title IX violations this academic year.

Read: Univ. of Michigan Sexual Misconduct Policy Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

Univ. of Michigan Sexual Misconduct Policy Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

The judge ruled a student accused of sexual assault is entitled to a live hearing with the opportunity to cross-examine his accuser.

Read: Ohio State Settles 11 Strauss Sexual Abuse Lawsuits

Ohio State Settles 11 Strauss Sexual Abuse Lawsuits

The settlement funds will be distributed by an independent special master who is trained in sex abuse trauma.

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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