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University Title IX Coordinator Stephanie Spangler posted a message regarding Yale’s responsibility to address sexual misconduct in line with Title IX. In her message, Spangler stated that Yale does not plan to deviate from the current standards of evidence used in sexual misconduct cases and remains “committed to policies that effectively address sexual misconduct and processes that are fair to all.
Thomas Abt in the Wednesday New York Times this week had an op ed column, in which he noted that homicides rose 12% from 2104 to 2105, and 8.5% (slightly more than that) from 2015 to 2016) according to the FBI data released this week. Violent crime (rapes, robberies and assaults) rose 4% from 2014 to 2015 and 4% again from 2015 to 2016. It is possible that the number of rapes fell, while the aggregate of other violent crimes increased.
Crime 2014 2015 2016
Violent 372.0 384.6 397.1
Murder 4.4 4.9 5.3
Forcible Rape 26.6 28.4 29.6
Robbery 101.3 102.2 102.8
Agg. Assault 229.2 238.1 248.5
Property 2574.1 2500.5 2450.7
Burglary 537.2 494.7 468.9
Larceny-Theft 1821.5 1783.6 1745.0
Vehicle Theft 215.4 222.2 236.9