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Times Higher Education - Complainants must be told the results of sexual misconduct investigations

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An article written by Clarissa DiSantisKelly PrinceVanessa MunroSharon Cowan Anna Bull has today featured in the Times Higher Education News, looking at the sharing of information in sexual misconduct investigations. 

Obviously, each case is very individual, but certain aspects need to be addressed especially around the sharing of information, as this can cause irreparable damage if done incorrectly. While there is some guidance on how to deal with information sharing, it is just not detailed enough to support the correct procedures and outcomes and could easily be misinterpreted. As always, the writers of this article have some great guidance on how universities can support victim/survivors fully through this process. You can read the full article featured in the Times Higher Education News written by the five experts here 

Please get in touch if you would like more information on our Code of Practice in this area as we have a whole instrument dedicated to the prevention of student harassment and sexual assault, and you can now just apply for this as a stand-alone area with us, as we are now modular.

Lisa Ravenscroft – Communications Manager for ProtectED. You can contact me on: m: +44 (0)7889 933034 or at

Twitter: @ProtectED_HEI

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