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PR: Mending a Flawed System: SAVE Announces Teleconference on ‘Campus Sexual Assault’

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Stephen Coleman Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: scoleman@saveservices.org Mending a Flawed System: SAVE Announces Teleconference on ‘Campus Sexual Assault: Reforming the Campus Adjudication System’ – Friday, April 28, 1:00pm ET WASHINGTON / April 24, 2017 – Following the recent release of three independent reports calling for widescale reforms how colleges should handle sexual assault [...]

By |April 24th, 2017|Campus, Sexual Assault|Comments Off on PR: Mending a Flawed System: SAVE Announces Teleconference on ‘Campus Sexual Assault’

PR: Campus Rape Tribunals are Shortchanging Victims: SAVE Urges Lawmakers to ‘Do Better’ Than SB.169

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Chris Perry Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: cperry@saveservices.org Campus Rape Tribunals are Shortchanging Victims: SAVE Urges Lawmakers to ‘Do Better’ Than SB.169 WASHINGTON / April 18, 2017 – In 2011 the federal Office for Civil Rights issued a directive that served to minimize the role of law enforcement in campus sexual assault cases. Following [...]

By |April 18th, 2017|Campus, Sexual Assault|Comments Off on PR: Campus Rape Tribunals are Shortchanging Victims: SAVE Urges Lawmakers to ‘Do Better’ Than SB.169

SB-169: No Solution, Just Bigger Problems

SB-169: No Solution, Just Bigger Problems Robert Oscar Lopez The current bill being considered by the California State Senate, SB-169, will not solve problems, but will create more. The “Dear Colleague” letter that this bill upholds originated in the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR), to combat discrimination of all kinds, not just sexual [...]

By |April 18th, 2017|Campus, Office for Civil Rights|Comments Off on SB-169: No Solution, Just Bigger Problems

PR: Six-Year Experiment in Campus Sex Jurisprudence Found to Be a Failure: Report

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Chris Perry Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: cperry@saveservices.org   Six-Year Experiment in Campus Sex Jurisprudence Found to Be a Failure: Report WASHINGTON / April 4, 2017 – The current system of campus-based adjudications for sexual assault has turned out to be inefficient, unfair, and in some cases harmful, according to a report released today [...]

By |April 4th, 2017|Campus, Office for Civil Rights, Sexual Assault|Comments Off on PR: Six-Year Experiment in Campus Sex Jurisprudence Found to Be a Failure: Report

Message from the Feminist Majority Foundation Re: Title IX

Message from the Feminist Majority Foundation Re: Title IX July 2016 Dear Title IX Activist, We are thrilled to update you on current and potential support for your work. Many of these items focus on ways to help reinvigorate the required roles of Title IX Coordinators and to help rebuild the Title IX infrastructure. As [...]

By |April 3rd, 2017|Office for Civil Rights, Title IX|Comments Off on Message from the Feminist Majority Foundation Re: Title IX

PR: Milestone ACTL Report Recasts Sex Assault Debate; SAVE Calls for End to Campus Kangaroo Courts

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Chris Perry Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: cperry@saveservices.org Milestone ACTL Report Recasts Sex Assault Debate; SAVE Calls for End to Campus Kangaroo Courts WASHINGTON / March 27, 2017 – The American College of Trial Lawyers has issued a watershed White Paper that highlights how the current system of campus rape tribunals shortchanges both victims [...]

By |March 27th, 2017|Campus, Sexual Assault|Comments Off on PR: Milestone ACTL Report Recasts Sex Assault Debate; SAVE Calls for End to Campus Kangaroo Courts

PR: Repeated UConn Complaints Reveal Campus Tribunals Are Shortchanging Rape Victims

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Christopher Perry Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: cperry@saveservices.org Repeated UConn Complaints Reveal Campus Tribunals Are Shortchanging Rape Victims WASHINGTON / March 1, 2017 – Since 2013, the University of Connecticut has faced multiple investigations by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. The investigations followed complaints that the university violated victims’ rights by [...]

By |March 2nd, 2017|Campus, Sexual Assault|Comments Off on PR: Repeated UConn Complaints Reveal Campus Tribunals Are Shortchanging Rape Victims

PR: Following Reports of Continued Abuses, SAVE Proposes Stronger Campus Sexual Assault Legislation

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Jonathon Andrews Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: jandrews@saveservices.org Following Reports of Continued Abuses, SAVE Proposes Stronger Campus Sexual Assault Legislation WASHINGTON / February 27, 2017 – In the wake of ongoing reports of campus proceedings that shortchange sexual assault victims and the accused, SAVE is releasing a stronger version of its Campus Equality, Fairness, [...]

By |February 27th, 2017|Campus, CEFTA, Sexual Assault|Comments Off on PR: Following Reports of Continued Abuses, SAVE Proposes Stronger Campus Sexual Assault Legislation

PR: ‘Kangaroo Courts’ on the Loose: SAVE Urges Lawmakers to End Campus Rape Tribunals

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Jon Andrews Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: jandrews@saveservices.org ‘Kangaroo Courts’ on the Loose: SAVE Urges Lawmakers to End Campus Rape Tribunals WASHINGTON / February 14, 2017 – Recent reports at Baylor, Stanford, and Tufts universities reveal campus disciplinary committees lack competent staff, adhere to flawed policies, and suffer from severe conflict of interest problems. [...]

By |February 14th, 2017|Campus, Sexual Assault|Comments Off on PR: ‘Kangaroo Courts’ on the Loose: SAVE Urges Lawmakers to End Campus Rape Tribunals

Culture of Corruption at the OVW: Victims Shortchanged, Taxpayers Cheated

Culture of Corruption at the OVW: Victims Shortchanged, Taxpayers Cheated SAVE Fraud is a major problem facing domestic violence organizations nationwide. Numerous program directors have been convicted of embezzlement – here is a partial listing: Paulette Wang, former treasurer of Asian Women United in Minnesota, pleaded guilty to embezzling $265,000 from her organization. The former executive [...]

By |February 2nd, 2017|Department of Justice, Domestic Violence|Comments Off on Culture of Corruption at the OVW: Victims Shortchanged, Taxpayers Cheated