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It's a small step.
Full work for these victims of sexual assault who city University of Southern California didn't do enough when they reported being raped the process made me feel raped a second time.
But now the department of education's office of civil rights is opening a federal probe into USC's title 96 discrimination policies.
After getting an official complaint this may.
For -- read she reported her attack last December and despite giving school law enforcement officials.
For recorded confessions from her attacker she said he was never found guilty of wrongdoing.
This system's broken now and it's breaking people.
But I'm hopeful that by -- and by bringing attention to the issue we can address the loopholes that are being taken advantage of we can address the weak points.
And it improved the rights and the resource is in the services -- -- says sexual assault victims.
USC issued a statement saying quote the opening of an investigation in no way implies that OCR has made a determination with regard to their -- The school says it revamped their policy last year and looks forward to working with the office of civil rights.
The LAPD works with schools when a -- is reported but a spokesperson says the school is usually the lead investigative authority.
This issue isn't unique to USC alone similar complaints have been filed by students and other campuses.
Including Occidental College Yale UC Berkeley and -- more reporting for the USC Sandra endo Fox 11 News.
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