Longtime Fairbanksans take it as a matter of course, and newcomers often comment on it. On Jan. She was taken off life support five days later, making her the victim of the first — and so far only — Fairbanks-area homicide of
File - In this Aug. Downs has pleaded not guilty after being charged in the sexual assault and murder of a woman in Alaska in a case that remained unsolved for years. Downs entered his plea Wednesday, Aug.
Tami Truett Jerue Executive Director. Marie Taylor Administrative Assistant. Kate Chausee Finance Director.
UA students who are victims of, or have knowledge about, incidents of sexual misconduct have multiple options of disclosure and control over when, where, how or even if to report. Any student, university employee or third party may report sex or gender-based discrimination, including sexual harassment or sexual assault. Reporting initiates the Title IX process. At the University of Alaska all staff, all faculty and Residence Life student employees are required to report incidents of sexual harassment and assault to their Title IX Coordinator within 24 hours.
Jump to a detailed profile, search site with google or try advanced search. According to our research of Alaska and other state lists, there were registered sex offenders living in Fairbanks as of September 05, The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Fairbanks is to 1.
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This page documents Catholic Church sex abuse cases by country. The Catholic sexual abuse scandal in Europe has been documented by cases in several dioceses in European nations. Investigation and widespread reporting were conducted in the early 21st century related to dioceses in the United States of America ; several American dioceses were bankrupted by settlement of civil lawsuits from victims.
Brenda K. Stanfill, Executive Director of Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living, speaks about the need for safe forums for victims of sexual assault to come forward during a town hall meeting focusing on how the University of Alaska Fairbanks can improve its handling of sexual assault on campus at the UAF Wood Center on Wednesday, October 21, The town hall was brought together on Wednesday night as the campus copes with the revelations that the university failed to hand down any discipline to known perpetrators of sexual assault and misconduct.
As I mentioned WednesdayBuilding Babiesthe volume edited by me, Katie Hinde and Julienne Rutherford will be out in only a few months in one of the fastest turnarounds I know of for a book of this nature. It also happens to be awesome. I shared an interview with Lady Editor Katie on Wednesday, and today I share one with Lady Editor Julienne to describe how we developed this book, and why books like this are still important in academia even if we could and should discuss issues in cost structures and accessibility.