Feds Will Investigate Title IX Complaint Against UConn
The senior executive vice president of the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management said cases can take from six months to as long as three to five years.
“It’s a long process,” Daniel C. Swinton said. “They’ll come in and they’ll do an investigation, which is really more like an audit. They’ll ask to see anywhere between the last three to five years of sexual assault complaints …”
He said the Office for Civil Rights has the power to pull federal funding from a school, but has never done so. “What they are looking for is compliance,” Swinton said. “They seek voluntary compliance” to Title IX regulations.
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