2014 sexual assault reported

first_imgA rape was reported to a University administrator March 22, according to the Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) crime log for March 23.The alleged rape occurred on an unknown date in 2014 in a Notre Dame residence hall, according to the crime log entry.The Jeanne Clery Act, originally known as the Campus Security Act, is the federal law that details how and what universities and colleges are required to disclose in terms of crime on campus, according to the Clery Center for Security on Campus. In accordance with this regulation, students did not receive an NDSP crime alert email detailing the allegations when they were reported to the University.Both the daily crime log kept by NDSP and the crime alert emails the Notre Dame community receives are the result of regulations in the Clery Act. The Clery Act requires universities and colleges to “issue timely warnings about Clery Act crimes which pose a serious or ongoing threat to students and employees.” These crimes fall into three major categories: criminal offenses, hate crimes and arrests and referrals for disciplinary action. Because the Clery Act does not dictate a timeframe or requirement for a “timely” warning, crimes that are reported a significant amount of time after they occur may not meet the timeliness standard. NDSP judges on a case-by-case basis whether or not the reported incident necessitates an alert based on its timeliness and whether or not the offender in question poses a threat to the community at large.Information about sexual assault prevention and resources for survivors of sexual assault are available online from NDSP and from the Committee for Sexual Assault Prevention (CSAP).Tags: Clery Act, NDSP, NDSP crime log, sexual assault, Title IXlast_img read more

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Promotional video “Ambassadors of Croatian Tourism” nominated for the Travel Video Awards

first_imgPromotional video of the Croatian National Tourist Board “Ambassadors of Croatian tourism”, Which premiered in November last year as part of a performance at the WTM Tourism Fair in London, was nominated by”Travel Video Awards”For an award in the subcategory”Best Video by a Tourism Organization”.In addition to the CNTB promotional video, “Rhythms of Peru” (Kuoda Travel), “Sabrosura” (Visit Columbia) and “North America” ​​(Jordan Tourism Board) were also nominated.”We are proud that our latest promotional video, in which globally recognizable Croatian stars participate, is the ambassadors of Croatian tourism nominated for the prestigious world award. This nomination for us represents professional satisfaction, but also proof of our creativity and innovation, ie confirmation by the profession that in the Croatian National Tourist Board, together with partners, we create top internationally recognizable promotional content.”, Said the director of the CNTB Main Office Kristjan Staničić and called on everyone to support with their votes a video in which Croatia, as an attractive tourist destination, is represented in the best light by Luka Modrić, Mario Mandžukić, Ivan Rakitic, Mateo Kovačić, Dean Lovren, Marin Čilić, Dario Šarić, Maksim Mrvica, Zrinka Cvitešić and 2Cellos.”Travel Video Awards“Is an organization founded by independent filmmakers and brands from around the world that rewards innovative and inspiring videos. The awards are presented in two main categories, namely in the category dedicated to the works of independent authors (“Independent Track”), which is divided into four subcategories and in the category intended for works by companies (“Industry Track”), which is divided into five subcategory.Online voting is open until Saturday, March 31, 2018 via this one links, and the awards ceremony will be held on April 9, 2018 in Las Vegas.In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”last_img read more

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