Our thanks to Nigel for this. He writes:
The usual from feminists, another go at “rape culture” . These sorts of things always seem to assume a University is somehow a country on its own. These people are never asked, what is an obvious question to me. Why would anyone expect a serious crime such as sexual assault or rape be investigated by a university? I’ve never seen the idea that a murder or a robbery is a matter of for a University to investigate, not the police. Surely the sensible thing for any college or employer to do is tell the alleged victim to report a serious crime to the Police immediately. The real question should be, why do these women think such serious crimes should be dealt with by processes for dealing with-non criminal matters of conduct? It’s such an obvious question it’s baffling why it isn’t asked. I was assaulted in my youth outside my flat , I didn’t expect the Housing Association to investigate, I called the police.
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