Within the last year, the Cal Poly community has experienced a vocal uproar to raise awareness about sexual assault. Due to three reported sexual assault incidents involving Cal Poly students last spring, and another one this year, the subject has…
The investigation of the alleged sexual assault that occurred last Tuesday is at a standstill. San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) watch commander Bill Proll said no new information on the case has been received since an alert was sent…
Cal Poly’s University Police Department (UPD) issued an alert today regarding an alleged sexual assault on the pedestrian path to Mustang Village on Tuesday night. A press release from the San Luis Obispo Police Department went out in an email…
After three reported rapes within nine days, discussions of sexual assault has taken a forefront in the Cal Poly community, though, the real statistics and history of sexual assault at Cal Poly resembles those of other campuses.
The Cal Poly University Police Department announced it will not pursue charges against the suspects in the two reported Poly Canyon Village sexual assaults.
A third alleged rape was reported at Cal Poly on Monday, according to a University Police Department press release. According to the release, the reported rape occurred in the victim’s room in Poly Canyon Village on Sunday, May 15.
San Luis Obispo police officers have arrested a Cal Poly student in connection with a sexual assault case at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity on May 7.
Cal Poly’s University Police Department issued an alert today of an alleged sexual assault in Poly Canyon Village on Thursday, May 12.
The Cal Poly University Police Department released a campus-wide crime alert on Wednesday for an alleged sexual assault that reportedly occurred at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house at 280 California Blvd. on Saturday night.
San Luis Obispo sees men strut through downtown for the ninth annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, one in five women in college will be sexually assaulted. Furthermore, 90 -95 percent of all college cases go unreported according to the Center for Public Integrity.