Monday, June 3, 2013

“Generically speaking, there are no specific UC policies, or laws for that matter, governing what employees must do if they hear about allegations of unlawful behavior,” said UC Berkeley spokesperson Dan Mogulof.

In Daily Cal: Lawsuit Criticizes University’s Handling of Alleged Domestic Abuse
includes this:In 2007, the University of California received a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women, which was cited in the lawsuit. The grant provided training for UC police officers and student conduct staff to respond more effectively to violence, including domestic abuse.
SF Chron (sorta)...announced the release of University of California Hastings College of the Law (UC Hastings) magazine for spring 2013, featuring 1989 graduate Kamala Harris, California’s Attorney General. The feature article, “Toward Justice for All,” emphasizes Harris’ accomplishments and highlights her role as the first woman, African American and South Asian to hold the post as the state’s top prosecutor.

The magazine’s goal and focus is to raise the college’s reputation score, invite engagement and response, inspire loyalty, support the school’s endowment, encourage enrollment, and promote various events. The magazine invites deeper engagement through substantial, interesting and relevant content.

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