Oklahoma State U. to review handling of sex-assault case

12/17/2012 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

Five Oklahoma State University students accused a student of sexual assault, but their complaints to university officials were not taken to police, administrators said. University officials found that four of the complaints were valid and suspended the student for three years, but said they urged students to contact police themselves because of concerns about the university violating privacy laws. The university's governing board will review the school's investigation of the allegations.

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