Date Rapes Costing Colleges Tens of Millions - Termed “A Perfect Storm" // Most Accusers Don't Remember; Many Have Mental Health Issues, Says Report

July 2, 2014

Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf press release:

 

According to a Risk Research Bulletin put out by insurance company United Educators (UE), student-on-student sexual assaults - which UE termed “a perfect storm - of "alcohol, mental health, and sexual violence" - cost its members more than $36 million in losses from 2006-2010.


Since the UE represents only about 1,200 educational institutions - including independent schools and public school districts, as well as colleges and universities - and because, according to many reports, the number of complaints and campus adjudicatory proceedings exploded only after that time period, it is likely that the sum of losses at all colleges and universities to date is much higher and will continue to grow, argues Banzhaf.

 

Read the rest of the press release here.

 

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