KU to start new sexual violence prevention training


LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The University of Kansas has developed a new mandatory training program for student-athletes designed to help prevent sexual violence.

The university's Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center has worked with KU Athletics to launch the Gender Based Violence Prevention Seminar this fall, the Lawrence Journal-World reported .

"Kansas Athletics was that first group to step up and say, 'This is important, and we recognize that and we want to be a part of it,'" said Jen Brockman, who leads the center. "They could see the application. They could see the worth and how...

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