Montana regents investigate university sex attacks
MISSOULA (AP) — The state Board of Regents plans a system-wide look at the way it handles reports of sexual assault after an ongoing investigation uncovered reports of at least five recent attacks at the University of Montana.
At Thursday's meeting in Helena, board members expressed concern about the sexual assaults at UM and made a commitment to work to prevent similar attacks on all of Montana's college campuses, the Missoulian reported.
The regents called the attacks "intolerable" and affirmed their commitment to safe school environments.
"We really believe there needs to be a syste...