Campus Sex Tribunals: A Failed Experiment

As a result of the 2011 Department of Education Dear Colleague Letter on campus sexual assault, victims complain their complaints are not being handled appropriately, lawsuits are being filed by expelled students alleging lack of due process, and university administrators say they are being placed in an untenable situation. Harvard law professor Elizabeth Bartholet has criticized the Department of Education’s policies for their outright “madness.”

SAVE has compiled extensive resources on campus sexual assault:

MYTHS AND FALSEHOODS

FALSELY ACCUSED PERSONS

VICTIMS AND SURVIVORS

POLICY AND LEGISLATIVE

EDITORIALS

Over 2,000 editorials and news articles have criticized the Department of Education’s sexual assault mandates, infringements on free speech, the notion of “rape culture,” affirmative consent policies, and related issues:

VIDEOS

SAVE held a Media Briefing on March 13, 2015 titled, “Campus Sexual Assault: Bringing an End to Second-Class Justice,” at the  National Press Club: