Higher Ed Checklist: Reporting Campus Sexual Misconduct: Elements of a Policy

January 2020 | 0 Comments  Average 4.5 out of 5

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Establishing a sound campus reporting structure is critical for addressing the risk of campus sexual misconduct.  Timely reports of concerning behavior have several potential benefits, such as stopping predators, taking early corrective action to prevent misconduct, and identifying problems in the campus culture. In United Educators' claims experience, a failure to timely relay information about sexual misconduct by campus personnel is a prevalent theme in claims resulting in institutional liability. Yet despite the importance, many campuses do not include details about reporting in their Nondiscrimination/Title IX/Sexual Misconduct Policy.  This checklist summarizes key policy elements to guide higher education administrators in the important process of evaluating or drafting their sexual misconduct reporting policy.


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