MU system completes first phase of sexual assault prevention

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COLUMBIA, MO (KTVI) – The President of the University of Missouri system Tim Wolfe announced Wednesday that the four campuses in the university’s systems have completed the first phase of a detail inventory current resources, policies, and practices that the system has in place and/or individual campuses have in place.

A task force had been charged with addressing sexual assault and mental health service availability on the systems campuses following the death of former MU student-athlete Sasha Menu Courey.

Wolfe also said the university system is still reviewing the findings of the independent counsel report on Menu Courey’s time at the university. A full report is scheduled to be delivered to the Board of Curators at next week’s regular board meeting in Rolla.

The task force will continue its efforts to implement current policies and effectiveness of issues pertaining to sexual assault and mental health services.

Here’s a list of current sexual assault and mental health resources available on the four University of Missouri System campuses:

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