Student and Visitor Use of Service and Assistance Animals

How should a school or college respond to a student or visitor who wants to bring a service or assistance animal to campus? The U.S. Department of Justice and The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development both offer rules for deciding whether to allow animals on campus.
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Use of No-Contact Orders in Sexual Assault Cases

No-contact or “stay-away” orders are commonly used by colleges as an interim measure to protect victims upon the report of a sexual assault. These orders may also be used as an ongoing remedy after adjudication of such allegations. While no-contact orders can be a useful interim measure and effective as a deterrent for retaliation, they can also be problematic and create confusion if they are unclear.
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Custom Reports in the EduRisk Learning Portal

The key to effectively managing risks and changing behaviors through our EduRisk learning programs is ensuring that your staff, faculty, and students are completing programs on a timely basis. The EduRisk Learning Portal offers an easy way to track course progress and completions of your learners.
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Addressing Sexual Violence in MOUs Between Campuses and Law Enforcement

Building strong partnerships between administrators and local law enforcement agencies should be a key component of every institution’s plan to reduce the risk of sexual violence. The White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault recently released a sample memorandum of understanding (MOU) to help institutions and law enforcement clarify their responsibilities in fighting campus sexual assault.
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