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    NCAA Sexual Violence Policy
    On August 10, 2017, the NCAA Board of Governors announced its adoption of a new sexual violence policy. The policy requires school presidents, athletic directors and Title IX coordinators to attest annually that coaches, athletics administrators and student-athletes have been educated in sexual violence prevention.  According to the NCAA’s press release, the names of colleges and universities that attest they have complied with the policy will be included in a report delivered each year to the Board of Governors and published on ncaa.org.

    Minimum Standards of Training for Campus Security Personnel and Campus Disciplinary and Judicial Boards
    This document, available from the U.S. Department of Justice, provides a checklist of training topics for campus disciplinary boards.

    Recommendations for Crafting a Memorandum of Understanding Between Critical Partners Responding to Reports of Campus Sexual Assault
    The Ohio Attorney General released this document to help colleges and universities develop memorandums of understanding with local law enforcement regarding investigations, keeping in mind Title IX and Clery Act obligations.

    Center for Changing Our Campus Culture
    The U.S. Department of Justice established this website to create a clearinghouse on best practices for campuses regarding sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking.

    August 2016 Guidance on Handling Student Medical/Counseling Records
    In response to a recent Title IX case involving attorney access to student counseling records in connection with Title IX allegations, the U.S. Department of Education’s Family Policy Compliance Office issued guidance on the application of FERPA with regard to such records.

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Preventing Sexual Violence on College Campuses: Lessons from Research and Practice
    This resource identifies promising practices in preventing sexual assault through training programs and assists in preparing a comprehensive approach to such training.