A 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 IX
Finch Row by Jadecorp at CoorparooThe 18 row houses also come with private, street-facing entries, timeless facades, a secure two-car garage, and several have private driveway access. Finch Row by Jadecorp at CoorparooIn the designer kitchen, there is a butlers pantry, stainless-steel appliances, stone benchtops and feature tiled splashbacks. From the kitchen, the floorplan flows in to open plan dining and living areas, and on to large entertainer’s balconies. Finch Row by Jadecorp at CoorparooA hardwood timber staircase leads upstairs to a master bedroom with generous walk-in robes and an ensuite featuring double basins and a rain shower. Two other bedrooms are also located on the top floor.In the three-storey townhomes, a rumpus room, laundry and storage is located on the ground floor.Remax agent David Cotterill, who is marketing Finch Row on behalf of Jadecorp, said two townhomes had sold off the plan, but its was still early days. “They have sold to downsizers and that is where the inquiries are quite strong,” he said.“But it is really right-sizing rather than downsizing. They still have that space, it is in a neighbourhood they want to be in.“It is definitely geared to owner-occupiers but it doesn’t mean it won’t appeal to an investor. For me, this would make a great investment due to its size … lots of open space, great location and the homes are spacious.“We also have some options for families, with extra bedrooms. And it is in a good catchment and not far from the inner-city schools.” Finch Row by Jadecorp at CoorparooConstruction has started on Finch Row – a 19 townhome development at Coorparoo.The project, which is being developed by Jadecorp Property Group, will feature one detached four bedroom and 3.5 bathroom residence, and 18 three bedroom, 2.5 bathroom row houses.Inspired by its leafy heritage neighbourhood, Finch Row will feature gabled roofs and a white picket fence.Jadecorp development director Maria Dracakis said they wanted to create a homely feel. “We wanted people to feel like they were in a home not a complex, that they could pull up to their white picket fence and walk through their front door,” she said. “Everyone is using the catchword ‘Hamptons’ but to me, these are more coastal Queenslander.” Finch Row by Jadecorp at CoorparooThe foundations have been poured, ground floor works completed, and the first level blockwork is under way.Ms Dracakis said she expected Finch Row to appeal to a wide range of buyers, with the location a major drawcard.“People love Coorparoo,” she said. “And this is an affordable option close to the city.”The median sales price for a house in Coorparoo is $863,125, according to the latest data from CoreLogic. For a unit, it is $411,350.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoFinch Row by Jadecorp at CoorparooThree bedroom row houses at Finch Row start from $729,000, and come in two or three storeys. Each has its own private, landscaped courtyard.