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Drawing extensively from the National Judicial Education Program’s publication Judges Tell: What I Wish I Had Known Before I Presided in an Adult Victim Sexual Assault Case , the University of Pennsylvania developed a guide titled Sexual Misconduct Complaints: 17 Tips for Student Discipline Adjudicators, intended as a template for adaptation by individual nonprofit colleges and universities.
The guide provides some of the “training . . . in handling complaints of sexual harassment and sexual violence” that the U.S. Department of Education Office on Civil Rights Dear Colleague Letter of April 4, 2011 recommended fact-finders and decision-makers in sexual violence cases receive. Another major source for this guide is a 2000 report from the United States Department of Justice: “The Sexual Victimization of College Women,” which provides statistical snapshots of the frequency of campus sexual assault, the relationships between complainants and alleged assailants, and other matters.