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Santa Barbara (Wikimedia) Institutions of higher learning across the United States have been rocked by reports of rape and sexual assault. Federal, state and local officials have become involved, as schools work to revise their policies and procedures to prevent further incidents. A survey commissioned by the Association of American Universities, the results of which were released in September 2015, found that more than 27% of female college seniors reported having experienced some form of unwanted sexual contact since entering college.
Meanwhile, two high-profile lawsuits have kept the topic of college sexual assault in the national spotlight. The research on many facets of these problems is incomplete, but new reports and data-rich studies can help deepen perspective. Similarly, researchers with the U.S. The “Not Alone” report makes a series of key recommendations that begin with gauging the scope of the crisis through routine, anonymous, campus-wide surveys. Håndbog om sikkerhed på uddannelsesinsitutioner i USA - Campus Security. The Handbook for Campus Safety and Security ReportingCampus Safety and Security Reporting TrainingStatuteRegulationsData on Campus CrimeResources Campus security and safety is an important feature of postsecondary education.
The Department of Education is committed to assisting schools in providing students nationwide a safe environment in which to learn and to keep students, parents and employees well informed about campus security. Database: The Campus Safety and Security Data Analysis. The Campus Safety and Security Data Analysis Cutting Tool is brought to you by the Office of Postsecondary Education of the U.S.
Department of Education. This analysis cutting tool was designed to provide rapid customized reports for public inquiries relating to campus crime and fire data. The data are drawn from the OPE Campus Safety and Security Statistics website database to which crime statistics and fire statistics (as of the 2010 data collection) are submitted annually, via a web-based data collection, by all postsecondary institutions that receive Title IV funding (i.e., those that participate in federal student aid programs).
This data collection is required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and the Higher Education Opportunity Act. The crime statistics found on this website represent alleged criminal offenses reported to campus security authorities and/or local law enforcement agencies. Report on the AAU Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct - 2015. Jon Krakauer Defends New Book on College Rape. University Survey Highlights Role of ‘Verbal Coercion’ in Sexual Assault A Controversial Proposal to Fix Fraternities: Keep the Women Out This Is the New Frontier in the Fight Against Campus Rape By Eliza Gray | June 11, 2015 By Eliza Gray | June 5, 2015 Jon Krakauer Defends New Book on College Rape By Eliza Gray | April 23, 2015 Fraternity Plans to Sue Rolling Stone Over Campus-Rape Article By Eliza Gray | The Hunting Ground Reignites the Debate Over Campus Rape By Eliana Dockterman | March 5, 2015 The Vanderbilt Rape Case Will Change the Way Victims Feel About the Courts By Eliana Dockterman | Jan. 29, 2015 UVA Sorority Members Outraged After Being Asked To Avoid Frat Parties By Tessa Berenson | Jan. 29, 2015 Why UVA’s New Frat Rules May Not Make Much Difference By Eliza Gray | Jan. 12, 2015 UVA Fraternity at the Center of Controversial Rape Story Is Reinstated Your browser is out of date.
X. Uncomfortable Conversations: Confronting the Reality of Target Rape on Campus - Uncomfortable Conversations: Confronting the Reality of Target Rape on Campus. Approximately 20% of women in college are sexually assaulted during their time at Press Release, White House Office of the Press Sec’y, Fact Sheet: Not Alone — Protecting Students from Sexual Assault (Apr. 29, 2014), [ Studies upon which this assertion is based include Bonnie S.
Fisher et al., Bureau of Justice Statistics, NCJ No. 182369, The Sexual Victimization of College Women 15 (2000), [ (“15.5 percent of the college women [surveyed] were sexually victimized during the current academic year.”). In a 2007 survey conducted for the National Institute of Justice (a part of the U.S. Department of Justice), 28.5% of the 5446 undergraduate women surveyed reported that they had experienced attempted or completed sexual assault either before or since entering college. Christopher P. Krebs et al., The Campus Sexual Assault (CSA) Study: Final Report, at xii (2007), [ [hereinafter CSA Study].