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Prosecutors won't take them on, yet we're expected to and required to," said Andrea Goldblum, a former conduct officer for Ohio State who is now a consultant for Margolis Healy and Associates, a national campus-safety firm.
Even in a past role as a county prosecutor, De Wine said, he noticed that schools too often were reluctant to report criminal allegations to police.
"To me, as a parent who has sent eight different children to college, what I expect is a safe environment," said De Wine, whose office serves as both the state's chief law-enforcement agency and as the attorney for Ohio's public universities.
But those acting as judge and jury in these private proceedings are not lawyers.
They are college administrators, students and faculty volunteers with little or no legal training.
Federal student-privacy rules explicitly allow colleges to release the names of students who are found responsible for a crime of violence.