A Missoula man, Jared Fruend, 29, was sentenced in Missoula District Court on Tuesday, November 12, to 20 years in the Montana Department of Health and Human Services for sexually assaulting two young girls in September of 2012.
An independent reviewer has determined that the Missoula Police Department has made substantial progress toward achieving a true community-coordinated response to sexual assault, in compliance with an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
University of Montana students are being invited to complete the Safe Campus Survey, providing the university with information about knowledge, attitudes, and experiences regarding sexual and interpersonal violence.
It's a phenomenon Missoula Police Chief doesn't understand, that is why reports of sexual assaults have soared since the city signed an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice, who took the city to task on the subject in an investigation that lasted nearly a year.
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