Campus Rapes Aren’t Being Reported to DC Police

Yesterday, the Washington Post published an essay I wrote about campus rapes. Local colleges and universities are providing information about these crimes to the U.S. Department of Education pursuant to the CleryAct. Unfortunately, they aren’t providing the same information to local police.

Colleges and universities don’t prosecute individuals — that’s the job of the prosecutors. And the prosecutors can’t charge individuals with crimes unless the police have investigated said crimes. It’s my hope that local colleges and universities start sharing all information with them.

My essay can be found at — https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/campus-rapes-arent-being-reported-to-dc-police-and-thats-dangerous/2017/12/08/853d8e36-cfce-11e7-9d3a-bcbe2af58c3a_story.html?utm_term=.7db3f1a0af71

Denise Krepp

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Homeland security, transportation, and sexual violence expert. Coastie. Former MARAD Chief Counsel. MST & transparency advocate. ANC6B10 Commissioner. Mom

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K. Denise Rucker Krepp

K. Denise Rucker Krepp

Homeland security, transportation, and sexual violence expert. Coastie. Former MARAD Chief Counsel. MST & transparency advocate. ANC6B10 Commissioner. Mom