Education Dept. cites UNC for undercounting crimes, mishandling sexual assault cases

By Patrick Rosemond, David Saff and Margaret Cullum

Landen Gambill, who was then a UNC student, was among five people who filed a federal complaint in 2013 over UNC’s handling of sexual assault cases. (WUNC)

The U.S. Department of Education announced this week it had found UNC in violation of the Clery Act, which requires universities to disclose information about campus crimes.

Following a six year investigation, the department cited multiple violations in UNC’s reporting, including in cases of sexual assault.

Patrick Rosemond reports.

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