The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s enhanced policy on prohibited sexual conduct went into effect this week with the signature of UL Lafayette President Dr. It spent more than a year examining UL Lafayette’s previous policy, determining best practices, ensuring that the latest version meets all updated federal and state requirements, and obtaining feedback on drafts.
The policy states that the University “is committed to fostering an environment in which all members of our campus community are safe, secure, and free from sexual misconduct of any form, including but not limited to sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.” A University task force developed the policy revisions.
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The oldest church in the diocese is the parish church of St. The diocese was created on January 11, 1918 from the western part of the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
The Lafayette native currently serves on the board of directors at both the Domestic Violence Education and Support Groups (D. The Hammond native described Peterson as being invaluable in that he always makes himself available to train fellow law enforcement officers, advocates and the general public which helps in the effective prosecution of offenders.
The Leanne Knot Memorial Award was established in 1998 to honor the memory of Leanne Knot, a Tulane University graduate student who was abducted, raped and murdered in New Orleans on Feb.
14, 1997, following the close of the First Annual Collaborating to STOP Violence Against Women Conference, where she had served as a volunteer.
“This award is so meaningful because it allows us to honor those who work to end sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and dating violence in Louisiana,” said Judy Benitez, Executive Director of the Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault.
“Ralph Peters has been a true asset in our field and we are delighted he is this years’ award recipient.” “It’s not me who should be getting an award,” said the very humble Peters to the cheering crowd of advocates during his acceptance speech.