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Ncaa Penn State Report

Ncaa Penn State Report

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FIRST QUARTERLY REPORT OF THEINDEPENDENT ATHLETICS INTEGRITY MONITORPURSUANT TO THE ATHLETICS INTEGRITY AGREEMENT AMONGTHE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION,THE BIG TEN CONFERENCE ANDTHE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
George J. MitchellDLA PIPER LLP (US)November 30, 2012
 
 
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 Table of ContentsPageI. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY .............................................................................. 1II. THE MONITORSHIP AND THE MONITOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES .......................... 6III. THE MONITOR’S ACTIVITIES THIS QUARTER ...................................................... 13IV. OBSERVATIONS AS TO SPECIFIC AREAS .............................................................. 17A. Athletics Department “Integrity Program” and Related Reforms ....................... 181. Overview of the Athletics Department .................................................... 192. Code of Conduct for Intercollegiate Athletics ......................................... 213. Organization, Staffing, and Oversight ..................................................... 22a. Athletics Integrity Officer and Athletics Integrity Council ......... 22b. Athletics Department Compliance Staff ...................................... 23c. Team Monitors ............................................................................. 24d. Organizational Structure .............................................................. 244. Athletics Department Policies .................................................................. 255. Improvements to Security for Athletics and Recreational Facilities ....... 266. Changes in Facilities for Academic Support for Student-Athletes .......... 29B. Enhancements to Other University Policies ........................................................ 301. University Policies for the Protection of Minors ..................................... 31a. AD39: Minors Involved in University-Affiliated Programs ....... 31b. HR99: Background Checks......................................................... 33c. AD72: Reporting Suspected Child Abuse .................................. 342. AD74: Compliance with the Clery Act ................................................... 353. University Police Department Policies .................................................... 36
 
 
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 PageC. Clery Act Compliance.......................................................................................... 37D. Changes in University Governance and Administration ..................................... 40E. Training and Education ........................................................................................ 441. Training Required Under the AIA ........................................................... 44a. Athletics Department Training .................................................... 45b. Training on Clery Act and Mandated ReporterResponsibilities ............................................................................ 47c. University Police Department Training ....................................... 48d. Tracking and Coordination of Training Activities ....................... 492. University Educational Initiatives ............................................................ 49a. The Rock Ethics Institute ............................................................. 50b. National Conference on Child Sexual Abuse .............................. 50c. Other Sexual Assault and Child Abuse AwarenessActivities ...................................................................................... 51F. Compliance Hotline and Other Components of Disclosure Program .................. 54V. CONCLUSIONS AND NEXT STEPS ............................................................................ 56

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