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Missoula Police Chief – Sexual Assault Reports Soar After Department of Justice Agreement [AUDIO]

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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Missoula County Attorney “Not Interested in Trying to Further the Department of Justice’s Political Agenda” [AUDIO]

During Wednesday's news conference with the Department of Justice, the subject of the Missoula County Attorney's lack of cooperation with the various investigations came up yet again.

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Missoula Mayor Jon Engen Says City Will Pay Costs to Comply With Department of Justice Sexual Assault Compliance [AUDIO] [VIDEO]

Following a telephone based news conference in which the United States Attorney for the District of Montana Michael W. Cotter, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Roy L. Austin Jr., Missoula Mayor John Engen, and Missoula Police Chief Mark Muir announced a settlement with the City of Missoula and the Missoula Police Department, Mayor Jon Engen met with the media to answer more questions.

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Department of Justice Says Missoula Showed “Reliance on Gender Based Stereotypes” In Sexual Assault Response, Reaches Settlement With City of Missoula

Today, May 15, representatives of the Department of Justice, the city of Missoula and the Missoula police department met to disclose a comprehensive agreement over the response to sexual assault in Missoula.

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Full Comments From This Week’s Department of Justice – University of Montana News Conference [AUDIO]

Thursday, May 9, the U. S. Department of Justice held a news conference to release findings of a year-long study into the response by The University of Montana, the City Police Department and the Missoula County Attorney to the issue of sexual assaults.

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D O J Investigation Targets University of Montana Office of Public Safety – County Attorney Could Face Litigation [AUDIO]

At the Thursday, May 9 press conference featuring Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division's Roy Austin, U. S. Attorney for Montana Mike Cotter and University of Montana President Royce Engstrom, steps to address the problem of sexual assault were spelled out.

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Missoula Police Chief Reflects on One-Year Anniversary of Justice Department Investigation [AUDIO]

On May 1, 2012, Thomas Perez with the U. S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division held a news conference to announce an investigation into sexual assaults on the UM campus and in the city of Missoula.

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Missoula City Councilor Explains “Healthy Relationships Coordinator” Position [AUDIO]

Health Relationships Coordinator position proposed for Missoula.

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Jordan Johnson Found Not Guilty – Hear Post-Trial Interviews With Jim O’Day, David Paoli, Kirsten Pabst and Witness Mike McGowan

 

THE VERDICT

The jury of seven women and five men took just a few hours to decide that Jordan Johnson was not guilty of sexually assaulting a fellow University of Montana student on the night of Feb. 4, 2012 as the two watched a movie at her house.

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Jordan Johnson Testifies in Court Regarding Night of Alleged Rape — Explains Details of Sexual Encounter [VIDEO + AUDIO]

Jordan Johnson continued the testimony he began Tuesday in Missoula Dstrict Court today, Feb. 27, telling his side of the story regarding a relationship, and subsequent sexual encounter, he had with a fellow University of Montana student who said he raped her Feb. 4, 2012.

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