Sunday, November 3, 2013

Columbia Won't Disclose How Many Students Were Punished for Sexual Assault

The Clery Act requires colleges to disclose how many sex offenses were reported on campus, but not whether they led to any sort of investigation or punishment. Student Press Law Center executive director Frank LoMonte called the omission a "significant weakness" of the Clery Act. Columbia's latest Clery report shows 16 forcible sex offenses in 2012.

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http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/gender_law/2013/11/columbia-wont-disclose-how-many-students-were-punished-for-sexual-assault.html

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