Student of Johns Hopkins University reported sexual harassment

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Security officials in Johns Hopkins University campus have been informed of a second sexual harassment.

A female student said that on February 2, 3,000 blocks of nurse Charles St. were sexually exploited by a male student.

According to the release of a security office, the school officials know who the two parties are and they are moving forward according to “university policies.”

On Friday, a female student told that on March 3, a male student had sexually assaulted her in the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity House.

The school issued a reminder of resources available to students to report incidents:

Sexual Assault Support Line Talk to a counselor and get help for emotional trauma. In the University, the victims can call the University’s sexual assault assistance line (410-516-7333) and talk to a confidential advisor.

Report Campus Safety or Baltimore City Police for timely and precise reporting for crime prevention is important to everyone at 410-516-7777 or at Baltimore City Police immediately to report suspicious person or activity to Campus Safety and Security Has been reminded for.

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