Tue March 12, 2013
Sexual Assault On College Campuses
Traditionally, sexual assault involving students on college campuses were assigned to student-run honor systems which even many students viewed as ineffective and unfair. Indeed, schools around the country have been accused of questionable practices when it comes to prosecuting sexual misconduct. Will the updated Violence Against Women Act solve this problem? We look into that and into the complicated intersection of school, crime and justice when Charlotte Talks.
Kristen Lombardi - Staff Writer, The Center for Public Integrity. Part of the reporting team for their joint investigation (with NPR) Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice
Dr. David Spano - Associate Vice Chancellor for Health Programs and Services and Director of the Counseling Center at UNC Charlotte
Jennifer Cook - Health Educator for Interpersonal Violence Prevention in the Center for Wellness Promotion at UNC Charlotte
Anatomy Of A Rape Investigation
Shots - Health News