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Four sex offenses reported to NDSP

| Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) received four reports of sex offenses Jan. 18, according to Monday’s NDSP crime log. Two of the incidents allegedly took place in 2014 and one allegedly occurred in 2015, while the date of the fourth alleged incident is unknown.

University spokesman Dennis Brown said in an email that NDSP received the reports anonymously and does not know if they came from one person or multiple people.

The first complaint is an incident of indecent exposure, which occurred in March of 2014 in the Main Building, according to the report.

The second and third complaints are reports of rapes that allegedly took place in the Main Building during November of 2014 and December of 2015, respectively.

The fourth is an account of sexual battery that, according to the report, occurred in Flanner Hall.

All four incidents are under Title IX investigation.

Information about sexual assault prevention and resources for survivors of sexual assault are available online from NDSP and from the Title IX office.

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