Category: Crime/Title IX

Police Reports

Sex Offense April 24 — 7 p.m. An officer was dispatched to the Fulton Library on reports of an individual inappropriately touching themselves while on a computer. Upon arrival, the officer located the suspect, who then admitted to the lewd acts. The officer issued them a citation, removed them from UVU for the day and referred the individual to Judicial Affairs. Theft April 25 — 2:40 a.m. While patrolling near College Drive, an officer observed a vehicle parked in a road lane and an occupant loading up a traffic barricade. The officer stopped the vehicle and retrieved the barricade....

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Former Title IX coordinator files lawsuit against UVU

Reporting by: McKhelyn Jones & Kimberly Bojorquez Melissa Frost, UVU’s former Title IX coordinator, is suing the school for wrongful termination in retaliation for whistleblowing on university practices, according to documents filed at the Third District Court in Salt Lake County May 8. According to Scott Trotter, senior director of communication, UVU leaders took “immediate action” to review her retaliation claim June 9, 2017. The lawsuit claims that Frost was wrongfully terminated under the “Whistleblowers Act.” Her complaint states that the university terminated her employment in retaliation to her reporting the university’s noncompliance to state and federal laws to...

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