A new bill would bar registered sex offenders from working at organizations that serve victims of sexual assault.
Michigan’s First Lady Sue Snyder visited Central Michigan University this week for a panel discussion on sexual assault prevention.
A panel of experts will convene next month to discuss ways to prevent sexual assaults on college campuses.
Backing the effort is half a million dollars in state funding — the first time Michigan has allocated funds to prevent college sexual assaults.
Gov. Rick Snyder, Michigan First Lady Sue Snyder, and sexual assault survivors spoke with reporters during Monday’s Campus Sexual Assault Summit in Lansing.
For the first time, Michigan will spend general fund dollars to prevent sexual assault on college campuses.
Governor Rick Snyder will present his budget proposal tomorrow, (Wed.) including plans to tackle a deficit. But he will also propose some new spending on public safety.
The issue of sexual assaults on college campuses isn’t new.
It garnered national attention last year after a list was released revealing a federal investigation of dozens of colleges for their handling of sexual abuse claims. Continue reading
Sexual assault on college campuses has recently been a topic of discussion on the national stage.
Tuesday CMU students were pushing for stronger punishments. Continue reading
A new website and awareness day are aimed at educating people about sexual violence and what consent really means.