Indiana University Will Ban All College Athletes With Sexual Assault History

Study after study after study supports that campus desecration at universities have so far been the norm.

But what is not commonis campuses taking a strong stance to get those numbers down.

Of course, theres the 1972 Title IX, which holds class accountable for rejecting female students reports of sexual harassment and other forms of gender-based discrimination. It has been used in several desecration occasions, and largely requires ramifications for a schools failure to acton carnal abuse reports.

But it doesnt explicitly require colleges to make preventative measures.

Many colleges seem to do more payouts than proactive policies against sexual assault.

In July 2016, the University of Tennessee-Knoxville rectified a carnal abuse dispute for $2.48 million, as reported by the Tennessean.

USA Today reports that more villages occurred at colleges like Florida State University, the University of Oregon, University of Connecticut, Occidental University and the University of Colorado.

Title IX is not pushing these colleges to do better than good about administering possible aggression victims.

Indiana University, however, is taking a bolder stair to ensure campus safety.

The Indiana University Athletics Department shared the following statement with the IndyStar, replying,

Any prospective student-athlete whether a transportation student, incoming newcomer, or other status who has been convicted of or plead guilty or no tournament to a crime involving sexual violence( as defined below ), or has been found responsible for sexual violence by a formal institutional disciplinary matters at any previous collegiate or secondary school( eliminating limited restraint applied by a athletics squad or temporary disciplinary matters during an investigation) shall not be eligible for athletically-related financial assistance, practice or race at Indiana University.

The athletics departmentwont accept athletes who have alleged guilty or no tournament to sexual violence.

Therule does not prevent delinquents from attending the university fully, but it is a huge fling for the common practice of students who use their sporting expertise and associated social clout to avoid the consequences of their violations.

Offenders who think they can only hop-skip back into their regular number after theyve abused someone and likely upended their part lives?

Not at Indiana University.You are permanently benched!

Now if we were able get these other institutions to hop on board and culminate campus desecration everywhere

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