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One major exception is if someone is a teacher, administrator, coach, or in another position of authority over the accuser.If a person is in such a position of authority, and engages in sexual conduct with a minor (defined as under the age of 18 under Ohio law), then the person in authority may be guilty of the crime of “Sexual Battery,” in violation of Ohio Revised Code Section 2907.03(A)(8),(9), and (13).A second exception, set forth in Ohio Revised Code Section 2907.21(A)(2)(a), is the crime of soliciting a minor for prostitution (called “Compelling Prostitution” under Ohio law) which makes it a third degree felony to solicit a minor (again defined as a person under the age of 18) for sex for hire.This is a crime regardless of whether the offender knew the accuser was a minor.The University’s efforts regarding sexual assault have not gone unnoticed.
Several years ago, the University made completing the Alcohol Edu program, an online alcohol education course, a requirement of incoming students.
In January, President Obama established the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault in an effort to strengthen federal enforcement efforts and to provide schools with additional tools to combat sexual assault on their campuses.
As part of that effort, the White House launched a new website –
“We also hope the program provides students with knowledge about the available resources on campus for victims and survivors of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking, as well as an understanding of the University’s commitment to addressing these issues.” According to Dietzel, Ohio University’s Women’s Center and its Survivor Advocacy Program are playing a significant role in administering the Not Anymore program.
In fact, instituting the program fulfills one of the mandatory requirements for the Violence Against Women on Campus grant that funds the Survivor Advocacy Program.