Baylor Plans to Release Information on All Reported Sexual Assaults Since 2003

Baylor University plans to release information on every sexual assault reported to the school since 2003 "to the extent the records are available and still exist," according to a brief filed Friday by the university's attorneys.A judge has yet to rule on the school's proposal.The information released by Baylor will include: the date of the alleged assaultthe date the alleged assault was reported to a Baylor employeethe location of the alleged assaultwhether the victim was a Baylor studentthe genders of the victim and the alleged assailantwhether Baylor knew the identities of the victim and alleged assailantwhether the victim asked Baylor to keep the alleged assailant's identity confidentialhow Baylor learned of the alleged assaultthe offices or type of Baylor employees who were made aware of the alleged assaultthe disposition of the complaintThe information will be listed in a spreadsheet and will cover the period from Jan. 1, 2003 to February 2016, the month of the last alleged assault in the case. It will seek to provide "a comprehensive overview of available information while protecting student privacy," according to the brief.Baylor asked for 30 days to prepare the cases from 2011 to 2016 and an additional 30 days for the cases from 2003 to 2010.  Continue reading...

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