Title IX

Dept. of Ed: High School Handling of Rape Violated Title IX

Read: Stalking on Campus: A Silent Epidemic

Stalking on Campus: A Silent Epidemic

The first steps to combating this crime include taking it seriously, having an appropriate policy, and training campus personnel and public safety officers on how to effectively respond.

U.S. Dept. of Ed Settles Yale Title IX Case

Read: How to Investigate Campus Sexual Assaults

How to Investigate Campus Sexual Assaults

Prompt, thorough and impartial inquiries will help protect victims of sexual violence and ensure your institution is in compliance with Title IX.

Read: Not Complying with Title IX Could Cost You

Not Complying with Title IX Could Cost You

While the U.S. Department of Education has yet to levy a fine for non-compliance with its Title IX sexual violence guidance, the average award in sexual assault cases that go to a jury is about $200,000.

New Jersey’s Higher Education Peer Review Program

Institutions of higher education in New Jersey are required to participate in a peer review program. The process, which is the only one of its kind in the nation, gives colleges and universities a way to review the laws that impact them and assess how or if they are meeting the requirements of those laws. It also provides them a baseline for campus safety and security.

DOJ Investigates University’s Response to Rapes

Title IX Sexual Violence Prevention Guidance

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights suggests these measures to prevent sexual violence.

Bystanders: Your Best Weapon Against Sexual Assault

Enlisting the help of male and female students, athletes, coaches, staff, teachers, administrators, fraternity and sorority members, and even strangers enables campuses to develop allies in the battle against sexual violence on campus.

Registration Open for 7th Annual NJCUPSA/IACLEA Regional Conference

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