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7106 4 days ago Andrea Dover KS Please make the fine heavy and according to how rich the college is. Please also add more punishments to the fine. Colleges (most notably, their administrations) need to understand that they...
7105 1 week ago Anonymous Atchison, RI
7104 1 week ago Anonymous AR A Mother Jones analysis of data from 25 universities shows that statistics collected under the Jeanne Clery Act of 1990 often encompass only a fraction of the rape reports that schools field each ye...
7103 1 week ago Anonymous AR The survey found that 23 percent of undergraduate women and 5 percent of undergraduate men said they were victims of non-consensual sexual contact – ranging from penetration to sexual touching — due...
7102 1 week ago Anonymous AR “1 in 4 Women Experience Sex Assault on Campus.”
7101 1 week ago Anonymous AR Approximately 50% of all assaults that result in a police investigation are prosecuted. Prosecutors were more inclined to prosecute if the suspect had a criminal record; if there was physical eviden...
7100 1 week ago Anonymous AR For student survivors, costs can also include tutoring, lost tuition, and accrued student loan interest if they take a leave of absence.
7099 1 week ago Anthoni Jacobyah AR Drug or alcohol abuse (often used by survivors to self-medicate) was reported by 40% of college student survivors as opposed to 17% of non-survivors. (2007)
7098 1 week ago Anonymous GA Only 2-10% of rapes are false reports, a rate that does not exceed the false reporting rates of other crimes. (2010)
7097 1 week ago Anonymous GA Of those victims who have called the cops, 2 in 3 were afraid to call the police in the future.
Only 1 in 5 victims actually felt safer after calling the police, and 1 in 3 victims felt less saf...
7096 1 week ago Anonymous GA For every 100 rapes committed, approximately two rapists will ever serve a day in prison. (2012)
7095 1 week ago Anonymous GA Only 12% of college student survivors report the assault to police. Notably, only 7% of survivors of incapacitated sexual assault report to the police. Survivors cite a number of reasons for not re...
7094 1 week ago Anonymous GA More than 57% of college students who report experiencing dating violence report experiencing it while in college. (2011)
7093 1 week ago Anonymous GA 43% of dating college women report experiencing violent and abusive dating behaviors including physical, sexual, technology-facilitated, verbal or other forms of controlling abuse. (2011)
7092 1 week ago Anonymous GA 80% of survivors of stalking know the person who victimized them. (2000)
7091 1 week ago Anonymous GA 13% of women report being stalked during their time in college.
7090 1 week ago Anonymous GA The majority of undetected college rapists are likely serial perpetrators, committing an average of 6 rapes each. (2002)
7089 1 week ago Anonymous GA Approximately 19% of women will be sexually assaulted during their time at college. (Study published in 2007)
7088 1 week ago Anonymous GA 84% of female survivors report being sexually assaulted during their first four semesters on campus. (2007)
7087 1 week ago Anonymous GA 90% of campus sexual assaults are committed by perpetrators that the survivor knows. (2000)

84% of female survivors report being sexually assaulted during their first four semester...
7086 1 week ago Anonymous GA 50,000 rapes every year could be PREVENTED via a new bit of tech that would afford unprecedented, cost‑free, easy, substantial, no-equipment-needed, 24/7 Internet protection for billions of people w...
7085 1 week ago Anonymous GA The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released on May 1 this list of the higher education institutions under investigation for possible violations of federal law o...
7084 1 week ago Anonymous GA Students found "responsible" for sexual assaults on campus often face little or no punishment from school judicial systems, while their victims' lives are frequently turned upside down, according to...
7083 1 week ago Anonymous GA According to survey results released by Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., many American colleges are breaking the law by failing to respond to sexual assault allegations on campus.
7082 1 week ago Robert Caglewood FL A small percentage of college students commit most of the rapes on campus. Research suggests that the attitudes of male friends can either lead men to commit rape or stop them.
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