TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — One student has been separated from the Indiana State University Campus and community while an investigation continues into reports of sexual assaults committed in an ISU residence hall.
According to a RAVE alert sent to students midday Tuesday, ISU Police are investigating three sexual assaults reportedly involving a single student suspect.
The alert mentioned that ISU Police took immediate action to investigate the reports. As part of the investigation, and in accordance with ISU policy, a risk and safety assessment was performed which resulted in an “Emergency Separation Order” being issued for the student, pending further investigation. ISU said that the order “removes and excludes a student from the ISU campus and community while an investigation is ongoing.”
Anyone with information related to the situation is being asked to contact ISUPD at 812-237-5555.
On October 24, 2022, ISU Police received reports of sexual assaults committed by a student in an ISU residence hall. ISU Police took immediate action to investigate the reports and preserve evidence. ISU Police and the ISU Residential Life Office also took immediate action to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the reporting parties and the campus community. In accordance with ISU policy, the Equal Opportunity and Title IX Office promptly conducted a risk and safety assessment, and as a result, issued an Emergency Separation order upon the respondent student, pending further investigation of the reports. Emergency Separation is a temporary action that removes and excludes a student from the ISU campus and community while an investigation is ongoing. If you have any information to report, please contact ISU Police at 812-237-5555.ISU RAVE alert