The National Center for Sexual Exploitation will be releasing their annual 'Dirty Dozen' list on Wednesday, February 25, and there is one very high profile name you'll recognize, the U.S. Department of Justice.
Officials with the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education have been on the University of Montana campus this week talking privately with students about how they are perceiving changes and improvements regarding the issue of sexual assaults.
Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst was in the city council chambers on Monday for the appearance by officials from the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, she just wasn't invited to speak to the press regarding her department's compliance with its own agreement.
The Missoula City Council chambers was the scene Friday morning of a presentation by Mayor John Engen and the team involved in preparing an audit required by the Department of Justice as part of the settlement agreement with Missoula.
The first year of a compliance agreement between the City of Missoula and the Department of Justice has brought positive changes in the way sexual assault reports are being handled by the police department.
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