Sex­ual mis­con­duct fil­ings stymied by web­site glitch

Las Vegas Review-Journal - - NATION -

Johns Hop­kins Univer­sity said a web­site er­ror stopped 18 sex­ual mis­con­duct com­plaints filed on­line from reach­ing its Ti­tle IX of­fice since 2016.

The Bal­ti­more Sun re­ported that frus­tra­tion is grow­ing over how the Bal­ti­more, Mary­land-based school deals with such com­plaints. More than 100 stu­dents marched on cam­pus Thurs­day to protest de­lays in school in­ves­ti­ga­tions. They’re de­mand­ing quicker and more trans­par­ent probes.

A state­ment from the Of­fice of In­sti­tu­tional Eq­uity at Hop­kins said it’s work­ing with cam­pus se­cu­rity and tech­nol­ogy to up­date crime logs and fix the web­site.

The Univer­sity of Mary­land Med­i­cal School and Bal­ti­more County cam­pus also are be­ing ac­cused of dis­re­gard­ing such com­plaints.

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