Final Report: Partnership to Elevate Policy and Practice, Campus Sexual Violence and Guns on Campus

Connects policy and practice through two integral issues: campus sexual violence and guns on campus. This publication tracks recent state-led legislation around both issues for the last two years and offers this information in the form of a series of illustrative charts and maps. During 2015, at least 29 states introduced campus sexual violence legislation, and in 2016, at least 22 states proposed legislation in kind. A majority of state policies addressed one of four themes: defining affirmative consent, role of local law enforcement, transcript notation, and the role of legal counsel.

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