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Intimate partner violence (or dating/domestic violence), sexual assault, and stalking are among the most widespread and dangerous crimes on college campuses.
Colleges must include in their annual security reports a statement of policy and procedures for dealing with these crimes.
Also new to the final version of the rules is a requirement for colleges to record incidents of stalking based on the location of where either the stalker first began stalking or where the victim first became aware of it.
One in five students have experienced domestic violence with a current partner -- a statistic that directly mirrors the U. Department of Justice’s findings on student victims of sexual assault (though some have contested those findings).
More than 30 percent of students say they have experienced domestic violence with a previous partner.
In fact, many prevention methods for sexual assault, she said, are based on methods previously created for preventing domestic abuse. “When we’re talking about sexual assault, we’re basically talking about violence against women.