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Nor does it provide a picture of how complaints are handled."Victims of campus sexual violence often drop out of school while their alleged attackers graduate," the Center for Public Integrity, a Washington-based nonprofit, reported in 2010. Department of Education announced a nationwide investigation into the handling of sexual abuse cases at 55 colleges.
Lori Mould, who takes office June 1 as president of the SUNY Student Assembly representing students on all 64 campuses, said in an email, "I will be putting together a task force to address the issues of sexual assault, domestic violence, and other safety concerns which our students have to deal with."Gillibrand said federal education officials have cited SUNY as an example of colleges that are working to improve reporting and reduce sexual violence."SUNY campuses are patrolled by fully qualified, trained, and experienced police officers," SUNY spokesman David Doyle said in an email.
"All campuses have investigators and counselors who have undergone advanced training in sex crime investigations."Each SUNY campus, Doyle said, has a safety advisory committee responsible for sexual assault prevention and response programs that include peer training and bystander intervention.
Gillibrand and Mc Caskill have received nationwide attention for their disagreement over Gillibrand's unsuccessful effort to transfer decision-making power in military sexual assault cases from commanding officers to military prosecutors.
But the two have put that disagreement aside to collaborate on reducing campus sexual assaults."Their incentive today is to make sure they are not known as a rape school. New York's colleges and universities reported 313 forcible sex crimes on their campuses in 2012, the most recent year for which data was available.