Stalking

Read: Stalking on Campus: Know More, Do More

Stalking on Campus: Know More, Do More

Stalking is dangerous and devastating, often intersecting with physical and sexual violence. Here’s how your campus can help victims.

Read: How Colleges Can Help Students with Autism Navigate Social Relationships

How Colleges Can Help Students with Autism Navigate Social Relationships

If a student with autism exhibits stalking behaviors, how can college leaders protect all involved parties? An advocate shares his advice.

Read: Autism and Stalking Behavior Under Title IX

Autism and Stalking Behavior Under Title IX

Addressing stalking behavior involving individuals with autism within the framework of Title IX requires a balanced approach that upholds the rights of all parties involved.

Read: Justice Department Announces Plan to Administer Grant Funding Opportunities for FY 2024 to Strengthen Community Safety

Justice Department Announces Plan to Administer Grant Funding Opportunities for FY 2024 to Strengthen Community Safety

DOJ is inviting organizations, agencies, institutions, and nonprofits to apply for funding from more than 200 grant programs.

Read: The 2023 Campus Safety Online Summit Is This Wednesday and Thursday. Register Now!

The 2023 Campus Safety Online Summit Is This Wednesday and Thursday. Register Now!

On Dec. 6 and 7, subject-matter experts will discuss timely safety and security topics such as protests, after-action reviews, and digital threat assessments.

Read: Update: Liberty University Threatened with $37.5 Million Clery Fine for Underreported Crimes, Destroyed Evidence

Update: Liberty University Threatened with $37.5 Million Clery Fine for Underreported Crimes, Destroyed Evidence

The Education Department found Liberty failed to report dozens of criminal offenses from 2016 to 2020 that included incidents of rape, domestic violence, and stalking.

Read: Stalking on Campus: A Silent Epidemic

Stalking on Campus: A Silent Epidemic

The first steps to combating stalking include taking it seriously, having an appropriate policy, and training campus personnel how to respond.

Read: VCU Police Team Up with Campus Group to Issue Whistles to Fight Street Harassment

VCU Police Team Up with Campus Group to Issue Whistles to Fight Street Harassment

In a recent VCU Police safety survey, 25% of students, faculty, and staff who responded named street harassment as one of their top concerns.

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: The U.S. Department of Education Releases Proposed Changes to Title IX Regulations, Invites Public Comment

The U.S. Department of Education Releases Proposed Changes to Title IX Regulations, Invites Public Comment

The Department’s proposed Title IX regulations will be open for public comment for 60 days from the date of publication in the Federal Register.

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