瑪格麗特·希爾達·柴契爾,柴契爾女男爵

 

Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher19251013日-201348日)

 

英國政治家,至今唯一一位女性英國首相(1979年~1990年,三度連任)

 

 

曾任英國首相的柴契爾夫人是南韓總統朴槿惠最喜歡的政治家,但她曾在民調中被評為英國有史以來最不受歡迎的首相。

柴契爾夫人生於一九二五年英格蘭東部的格蘭瑟姆,父親開了兩家雜貨店,童年時她和姊姊就跟父母住在雜貨店樓上。

一九四七年她畢業於牛津大學化學系,一九五一年與柴契爾結婚,育有一對雙胞胎子女。

works cited: wiki

 

 

電影 The Iron Lady鐵娘子 即以她的一生為主題

plot: A biopic of the former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher


導  演:《媽媽咪呀!》菲莉妲洛伊德(Phyllida Lloyd)

 

演  員:《美味關係》梅莉史翠普(Meryl Streep)

經典台詞 :
Watch your thoughts, for they become words.
watch your words, for they become actions.
watch your actions, for they become habits.
watch your habits, for they become your character.

《哈利波特:混血王子的背叛》吉姆布洛班特(Jim Broadbent)

 

http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/comment/articles/2013-04/08/margaret-thatcher-tributes

 

To mark the news of the death of Baroness Margaret Thatcher, here GQ contributors share their memories and pay their respects to the formidable former Prime Minister.

 

"I was introduced to Baroness Thatcher as a 'Scottish Conservative'. Her response was a rather brilliant one-liner: 'Ah, so you're the one.' She was funny, compassionate - but deadly serious about saving the country. Cometh the hour, cometh the woman. But what sums her up is a party I was once at where a businessman thanked her for what she did, allowing him to start a company and live his dream. She looked at him with bafflement. 'No, you've got it wrong, I should be thanking you,' she said. She believed that Britain's recovery in the Eighties was 100 per cent down to the efforts of its people: all she did was move government out of the way. She never believed in the politician-as-superstar, which is why she made no effort to emote. Her faith was placed not in any ideology but in the courage and the character of the British public. She was all about taking power away from the hands of government and putting it back where it belonged: with the people."(Fraser Nelson, editor of theSpectator)

 

"I spent a lot of time trying to understand the Thatcher-Murdoch relationship, in some sense the truly key relationship in both of their careers. His support was vital to her rise, and her support was crucial to News Corp's acquisition of the Times and its vanquishing of the print unions in the battle of Wapping. But, in the end, my sense is that they were pretty ambivalent about each other. I think Murdoch found her grating and fundamentally uninterested in the media (his only real interest) - on top of the fact that he's always out of sorts when he has to deal with women. And my sense of Thatcher's view of Murdoch - this largely comes from Bernard Ingham - was that she regarded him as a bit of interloper and found the details of the newspaper business rather boring. In the end, regardless of their mutual dependence, they seem to have failed to charm each other." (Michael Wolff, GQ contributing editor)

"Margaret Thatcher was a colossus (giant) whose impact was felt around the world, and will continue to be felt long after her death. She transformed two parties, not one - no Thatcher, no Blair - and she remains the magnetic North of British politics. Less than a month ago, the Sun photo-shopped George Osborne on the day after his Budget to look like the Iron Lady: only Churchill has comparable iconic power. It is impossible to imagine the energy of the Eighties without her: the revival of Britain, victory in the Falklands, the taming of the unions, the end of the Cold War. She made this country count again. She made it exciting to be British, dramatically expanding the realm of the possible. She unleashed forces of aspiration, ambition and confidence that post-imperial England believed it had lost for good. Not all political careers end in failure." (Matthew d'Ancona, columnist, Evening Standard and Sunday Telegraph)

 

很喜歡這位部落客對這部電影所下的註解

他說: " 鐵娘子"說的確是她的立場 她自己的選擇 那些在國家大事之外的 屬於她自己的故事 那些屬於鐵 也有的軟弱理由

原文出處: http://almasylin.pixnet.net/blog/post/36382853-%E3%80%90%E5%BD%B1%E6%B6%89%E4%BA%BA%E7%94%9F%E3%80%91%E9%90%B5%EF%BC%8C%E4%B9%9F%E6%9C%89%E8%BB%9F%E5%BC%B1%E7%9A%84%E7%90%86%E7%94%B1%EF%BC%9A%E3%80%8A%E9%90%B5%E5%A8%98%E5%AD%90

 

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Cast:

Alexandra Roach, Anthony Head, Harry Lloyd, Jim Broadbent, Meryl Streep, Olivia Coleman, Olivia Colman, Richard E Grant, Roger Allam

 

官方網站:http://www.catchplay.com/?pg=movie_sp_item&id=theironlady

 

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她的從政之路開始並不順利,雖曾是保守黨最年輕且唯一的女性候選人,但連續兩次在國會大選皆未當選。

 

一九五九年,她當選下議院議員,一九七○到七四年擔任教育部長,一九七五到七九年擔任保守黨領袖,一九七九年起擔任首相,直到一九九○年,長達十一年半。

 

由於是廿世紀連續任期最長的英國首相,她主張競爭、節儉、自立自強的個人理念,曾被人總結為「柴契爾主義」。

 

就支持者而言,那指的是提升個人自由、打破階級界線,但就反對者來說,那是打破傳統工業、拆解社會肌理。

 

 

 

英國前首相麥克米倫這樣描述柴契爾夫人:「聰明絕頂的暴君,身邊圍繞著一群平庸的人。」同樣曾任英國首相的奚斯在說到柴契爾夫人時,則毫不掩飾他的不認同,說「那個女人」。已故美國總統雷根曾與柴契爾夫人合作對抗共產主義,雷根曾盛讚柴契爾夫人是「英格蘭最佳男士」,他們在一九八九年親見柏林圍牆倒塌,共產主義垮台。

 

 

 

柴契爾夫人在首相任內,一天工作十八小時,回家後則藉一杯威士忌來放鬆。一九九○年,柴契爾離開首相官邸時含著淚說:「在十一年半美好的歲月後,我們最後一次離開唐寧街,很開心大不列顛聯合王國現在的情況,遠比我們剛來時好太多了。」這應該是鐵娘子最令人動容的柔情。

 

 

 

二○○一年及二○○二年多次輕微中風後,深受失智症所苦。家人必須再三提醒,她的丈夫早已在二○○三年過世。

 

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The following quote from: 自由時報:

 

 

 

〔記者曾韋禎、彭顯鈞/台北報導〕民進黨團書記長張花冠昨指出,馬英九總統十月十八日花了八萬四千元購買三十五張白冰冰演唱會門票,對外宣稱是自掏腰包,其實是由國務機要費支付。總統府發言人王郁琦表示,馬總統出席白冰冰演場會,確實是使用國務機要費。

府:經費使用一切合法

王郁琦強調,馬總統以國務機要費購買演唱會門票,邀請多位地方人士欣賞,經費的使用符合相關規定,一切合法。

張花冠說,現在鄉下的小孩都說馬英九的鼻子怎麼看起來變長了,原來就是常常說謊話。張花冠指出,國務機要費也不是不能用,但不要每次在那邊作秀要「慷慨解囊」、「自掏腰包」,結果都是用國務機要費。況且,現在景氣這麼差,人民都走上街頭了,馬還拿國務機要費來吃大餐、看演唱會,實在是距離人民相當遙遠。

 

 

 

馬宴請連戰國務費買單

〔記者曾韋禎/台北報導〕八三○當天,人民為馬英九執政百日走上街頭發出怒吼,當晚馬總統設宴為國民黨榮譽主席連戰祝壽,民進黨團書記長張花冠昨指出,馬英九宴請連戰是由國務機要費買單,痛批馬無視人民怒吼,卻浪費人民血汗錢,動用國務機要費宴請連戰,證明馬與民眾距離遙遠。

總統府昨以秘書長詹春柏名義回函,證實馬英九宴請連戰壽宴的餐費是由國務機要費項下支應,並強調國務機要費是國家元首行使職權所需相關費用,包括訪視、犒賞、獎助、慰問、接待、贈禮及其他相關費用,上述宴請經費符合國務機要費用途。

張花冠得悉此結果,大表訝異表示,原來馬英九的高道德標準是這樣自我要求,無視府前民眾顧經濟的吶喊,卻大花人民血汗錢,把國務機要費當成首長特別費,拿去跟連戰歡宴,正是前方吃緊,後方緊吃的寫照。

立委陳亭妃表示,從總統府的回函反應出,特別費與國務機要費都是歷史共業,其中的認定標準更是模糊馬認為連戰是有功人士,但一定有半數人民不這樣認為,若有人因此告發馬,檢調要如何受理?

 

 

 

 

 

馬國務費花很大? 三年一億剩兩萬 

馬國務費39800萬花剩2萬多   近億元的國務機要費,三年下來賸餘不到三萬元。

近日,媒體指出馬英九國務機要費預算執行率連續三年都超過九成九,將近一億的國務機要費,三年來花到只剩下兩萬,等於一天將近要花費十萬元,相較八八風災救災執行率不到六、七成高出許多。藍營稱讚:「國務機要費執行率高,顯示馬總統很勤勞。」綠營則痛批:「把國務機要費當自己的私房錢來花,根本是浪費公帑!」

兩年前媒體就曾報導,總統馬英九由國務機要費支付八萬四千元購買演唱會門票、設宴為國民黨榮譽主席連戰祝壽。

國務機要費應該是能省則省,花得愈少愈好,結果執行率卻是總統府各科室最高,根本是以花光國務機要費為樂,

馬英九….曾說他的手錶使用四十年、鞋子破了也捨不得換新,總統夫人周美青也不像其他官夫人整身名牌,但馬英九使用國務機要費毫不手軟,一天花費平均十萬元。對此民進黨立委候選人何博文也提出質疑,「到底十萬元是怎麼使用?如果真的如國民黨所言這麼多錢是花在獎助弱勢,那應該要拿出單據證明!」、「如果是這樣亂花國務機要費,要怎麼為民表率?」

來源: yam蕃薯藤新聞╱祝心瑩特稿   2011-08-09 17:11

http://www.libertytimes.com.tw/2011/new/aug/8/today-p4.htm

 

 

 

司法vs. 權勢誰低頭? 誰控制?

 

Q: 什麼是黑金政治? (quote from: Wiki)

 

黑」指黑道,而「金」指金牛。

 

代表政治人物利用暴力和賄選等威脅利誘手段控制地方政治勢力

 

黑金出身的政治人物,通常在從政過程中,經常又會以貪污等方式來補回在選舉時使用的資金或回饋黑道的支持。與黑金勢力掛勾的部分政界人物則可能涉嫌包庇、影響執法、或委由黑道代為處理「白道」不便出面的事務

 

公務人員加薪方式 yahoo知識

 

http://tw.knowledge.yahoo.com/question/question?qid=1011091810425

 

http://tw.knowledge.yahoo.com/question/question?qid=1509110702656

 

公務人員依照考試的等級給薪水 1.基層五等考試及格,從第二職等起薪 2.基層四等考試或普考及格從第三職等起薪 3.基層三等考試或高考及格從第六職等起薪 4.每個職等以下又分幾個層級,每個層級有每個層級不同的薪水,考績甲等及乙等者,每年調升一個級數,等於是每年加薪,考績丙等則無法跳級. 5.基層四等考試或普考及格,最高只能給薪到五職等,要跳六職等則要再考三等考試或高考. 6.基層三等考試或高考及格,只能給到七職等的薪水,除非您有找到八職等的職缺,通常是主管級的職缺,您才可以從八職等再開始起跳.

 

公務人員的薪資包含以下幾個部分:(1)本俸(俸點)(2)專業加給;(3)職務加給(主管加給)(4)地域加給(偏遠加給)~ 俸點只是一部分而已,很難計算出其整個月薪哦~ 若要知道月薪的話,還必須知道其職等(可以計算出專業加給),以及是否要擔任主管職務,或是在偏遠地區服務!

 

一、就我所知,公務人員的加薪方式,除了每年的考績評等,可以升一~二級,薪水可以加薪外,另外,就是全國性的加薪,其餘的,就沒有了!二、公務員的薪水,是依您考進去職等敘薪,並沒有再參考學歷另外有津貼的,所以,不用想太多了。三、目前只有在教師與職業軍人這個領域,會因學歷不同而敘薪不同….

 


 

the following quote from 自自由時報: ◎謝又新

 

院拍板軍公教加薪三%,總統馬英九的薪水也要跟著調薪。不是說,六三三未達成,薪水減半!如今,跳票不說,還要我們幫他加薪!

 

主計處才告訴我們說,財政確實相當困難,一○一年度總預算「有好幾千億的缺口」,若行政院決定加薪,就要辦理追加預算。

 

不是要人民共體時艱,政府怎能帶頭政策買票,卻要全民買單,獨厚軍公教。

 

基本上,公務人員年年都在加薪,雖沒加薪之名,卻有加薪之實。因為升等等同加薪,不是嗎?

 

受薪階級是繳稅主力,占綜合所得七十五%。人民每賺一百元,扣掉免稅額、扣除額後,還要繳近十四元所得稅。繳稅是國民的義務,分配則是有權力人的權利

 

台灣受薪者,十年薪水才漲一百三十二元,最底層年所得五萬一千元,貧富差距飆七十五倍,

 

但馬執政三年下來,不斷替富人修法減遺贈稅、營所稅,卻不斷剝人民的皮,加稅從最弱勢的國民年金、健保拔毛,連物價也失控,漲不停!

 

根據二○○五年主計處調查,只有八%企業會隨軍公教加薪而調薪。

 

由此觀之,馬政府想藉由軍公教加薪帶動企業加薪,是緣木求魚一廂情願的想法。

 

即使大企業老闆被政府遊說成功,幫員工加薪,但能加多少呢?追得上物價上漲嗎?

 

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Life After Death冤獄人生:達米恩的死囚紀事

作者:達米恩.艾寇斯

出版日期:2013 07 04

原文出處: http://www.books.com.tw/exep/prod/booksfile.php?item=0010590757

差點遭處決的無辜青年,述說自己被剝奪的人生

社會不公一路演變至司法不公,最後以死刑和十八年冤獄收場

 

  「我希望這些文字有一天能夠讓某人產生共鳴。日記是我蓋的城堡,供未來的魔術師發現和探索,裡頭充滿了美、痛苦、魔力、愛、驚恐、絕望與神奇,每一頁都是隱藏的角落。」

 

  1993年夏天,三名男童在美國南方小鎮西曼菲斯郊外遇害,被綑綁裸屍於小溪當中。檢警認為如此兇殘的手段必定與撒旦教有關,而鎮上的頭號邪教嫌疑分子就是達米恩──因為他總是穿著黑色大衣還喜歡重金屬搖滾樂。

 

  達米恩是家境非常窮困的少年,與其他同學格格不入。命案發生後,達米恩首當其衝遭到逮捕。一起被捕的還有兩個朋友傑西跟傑森,智商只有七十二的傑西在疲勞偵訊與警方設計誘導下「坦承」三人犯案全案除了這份顛三倒四的口供之外,沒有任何物證,三人在濃厚獵巫氣氛下被判有罪,「主謀」達米恩判處死刑,其餘兩人終身監禁。

 

  這個案子因為充滿疑點而引發關注HBO製作的紀錄片《失樂園》播映之後更是引起全美聲援,許多名人例如強尼戴普和彼得傑克森也積極參與聲援活動。最新的紀錄片《非法的正義》由彼得傑克森擔任製片,艾騰伊格言則將這個故事拍成電影。

 

  2011年,三人終於獲釋。本書是達米恩出獄後整理獄中日記而成,述說他被關進死牢之前的慘澹童年、不公不義的審判、獄中的遭遇和思考以及如何在絕望中避免身心崩潰。達米恩的文字深具魔力,對底層生活的描述帶有奇特的幽默,時而讓人悲傷痛心,時而讓人放聲大笑。

 

作者簡介

 

達米恩.艾寇斯Damien Echols

 

  1974年生,在密西西比州、田納西州、馬里蘭州、奧勒岡州、德州、路易西安納州和阿肯色州長大,十八歲那一年跟傑森.鮑德溫和傑西.米斯克利(後來人稱西曼菲斯三人組)因羅賓漢丘謀殺案被誤判有罪,並判處死刑,在死囚區服刑十八年2011年三人接受所謂的艾佛德認罪協議,在阿肯色州政府同意下獲釋。HBO製作的三集紀錄片《失樂園》(Paradise Lost),以及彼得傑克森和法蘭華許製作的《非法的正義》(West of Memphis)都以西曼菲斯三人組為主題。艾寇斯自費出版過一本回憶錄《快到家了》(Almost Home)。他和妻子洛莉.戴維斯目前定居於紐約市。

 

譯者簡介

 

賴盈滿

 

  倫敦政經學院科學哲學碩士,現專事翻譯,譯有《海拉細胞的不死傳奇》《娥摩拉》《神話簡史》和《資訊:一段歷史、一個理論、一股洪流》等書。

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我叫達米恩.艾寇斯,但我不是一直叫這個名字。出生時,我的姓名和我的人都跟現在不一樣。一九七四年十二月十一日,我呱呱墜地,父親喬伊.哈奇森堅持叫我麥可.哈奇森。我母親潘蜜拉選了另一個名字,但父親死也不接受,兩人後來一直為了這件事吵架,吵了許多年。

 

我出生在阿肯色州一個凋敝的小鎮西曼菲斯,為我接生的醫院如今還在。二十年後,我的外婆法蘭西絲.哥薩在同一家醫院過世。小時候,我很嫉妒我妹妹米雪兒。她比我小兩歲,在田納西州的曼菲斯市出生,和我們住的小鎮只隔了一座橋。我覺得她真好運。我年輕時一直覺得曼菲斯才是我的家。每回過橋到田納西州,我就彷彿回到自己歸屬的地方,覺得應該是我在這裡出生的才對。我妹妹根本不在乎自己在哪裡出生。

 

我母親和外婆很喜歡講一件事,就是母親生完我獲准出院那一天,我是被裝在耶誕襪裡帶回家的。他們留著襪子留了好多年,而且動不動就提。我後來發現其實全美國的醫院都一樣,只要是十二月出生的小孩,一律會裝進耶誕襪裡。但我母親似乎忘了這回事,從我出生就開始否認,一輩子沒改口。她將襪子收藏了整整十七年,好像傳家寶一樣,最後卻在某一次匆忙搬家時弄丟了,一點也不隆重。

 

除了襪子,我只有另一樣童年紀念,就是枕頭。我離院那天,外婆送了我一個枕頭,我一直睡到十七歲,同樣沒在那次不幸的搬家中留下來。我小時候沒有那個枕頭就睡不著,它是我的安全毯。用到後來,它只剩一團用枕頭套裹起來的棉絮,而且不斷變小,縮水得很快。

 

生在冬天讓我成為冬天之子,只有晝短夜長、牙齒打顫的季節才會開心。我愛冬天,每年都期望冬天到來,就算老是冷得我吱吱叫,我還是引頸期盼。冬天的美和孤寂總是讓我心痛,讓我想起過往的每一年冬天。即使在牢裡待了那麼多年,現在只要冬天來臨,我依然會閉上眼睛,一邊聽別人在床上睡覺,一邊想像自己在街上漫步。我還記得樹上的雪被風吹落地上的聲音,空氣可能冷得讓人一呼吸就喉嚨痛,但我怎麼也不願待在屋裡,錯過那份魔力。對我來說,魔力有兩層含義。第一層含義是我能用意志力改變事物,就算在牢裡也一樣;第二層含義比較感官,就是於平凡中窺見剎那的美。我在瞬間之中,完全徹底感受到冬天這個季節擁有意識,是活生生的。冬天的魔力時常帶來巨大的情感創傷,然而每年冬天過去,我還是感到惋惜,有如失去摯友一般。

 

我最早的記憶都和外婆法蘭西絲有關,我叫她姆姆。外公史林姆.哥薩(Slim Gosa)一年前過世,我對他幾乎沒有印象,只記得他開吉普,而且對我很好,他過世前一天我才剛過生日。姆姆其實不是我血緣上的外婆。史林姆曾經和一個印第安女人有染,生下我母親。姆姆無法生育,因此將我母親視為己出。我沒有跟爸爸、媽媽和妹妹同住,而是住在三角區(阿肯色州、田納西州和密西西比州的交界處)的另一個地方。妹妹出生後,母親覺得自己無法獨力扶養兩個小孩,便把我託給姆姆。姆姆住在密西西比州桑那托比亞市的一輛小拖車裡。我還記得小拖車是紫白兩色,停在長滿松樹的山丘上。我們有兩隻大黑狗,史莫基和大熊,是從幼犬養大的。我記得姆姆有一回在後院拿手槍打毒蛇,兩隻狗扯著鐵鍊狂吠。那是我童年最早的記憶。後來毒蛇鑽到大丙烷槽底下,姆姆還是拚命開槍。多年以後我才想到,要是她打中丙烷槽,我們就完蛋了。但我當時年紀太小,只覺得眼前發生的一切新奇到極點。我沒見過蛇,外婆又像殺手一樣衝出後門,整個讓我印象深刻。

 

外婆在卡車休息站當收銀員,因此白天便把我交給托兒中心。我會記得是因為過程太恐怖了。頭一天,我一大早就被送到那裡,天還是黑的。我被帶到一個擺滿小床的房間,所有小孩都在睡覺。他們給我一張小床,叫我睡到最喜歡的電視節目《袋鼠隊長》開始了再起床。問題是我沒有我的寶貝枕根本睡不著,所以一進房就大哭大叫,滿臉眼淚。其他小孩被我吵醒,發現房間很暗,嚇得也開始哭。不出幾秒鐘,所有小孩都大哭大叫,搞得大人手忙腳亂逐床檢查,想知道怎麼回事。等他們安撫完所有小孩,《袋鼠隊長》已經開始了。我立刻忘了所有事情,沉浸在葛林.金斯先生和麋鹿布偶的故事裡,看他們害怕天上會下乒乓球雨。那天之後,外婆再也沒有忘記幫我帶枕頭。

 

每天晚上,她幫我蓋棉被時,都會唱同一首兒歌給我聽:小乖乖睡飽飽,蓋上棉被沒蟲咬。我不曉得什麼蟲,但顯然被咬會很痛。外婆關上房門,房裡一片漆黑之後,我滿腦子都是可怕的夜行蟲。我始終摸不透那些蟲子的長相,結果反而更害怕。我只想像得到牠們和臭蟲很像,但有著陰險惡毒的眼睛和笑容。無論睡前多累,只要外婆一提到蟲子,我就會像聞到嗅鹽一樣立刻清醒過來。

 

姆姆還有一個把戲,也會讓我寒毛直豎。我們晚上一起看電視,姆姆會把屋裡的燈全關了,只剩下電視螢幕閃著光,接著轉頭對我說:「稻草人怎麼叫?」我會嚇得瞪大雙眼,活像萬聖節的妖怪,她會陰森森笑著對我說:「喝喝!」我不曉得喝喝是什麼意思,也不曉得稻草人怎麼會發出貓頭鷹的聲音,但從此之後,我只要想到稻草人就會想到貓頭鷹。後來,這些影像變得很親切,成為最純粹的魔力,帶給我撫慰,讓我想起自己曾經安適與被愛。我實在無法形容那種感覺,但只要看到稻草人,我的心就會脹滿,淚水盈眶。美國南方人十月擺在前院門廊的笑臉稻草人是我難忘的回憶,總會讓我思緒飄向另一個世界。對我來說,稻草人就意味著純真。

 獨坐在單人囚房裡,我時常變身為其他東西。我需要轉換自己,用不同的角度看待現實。為了做到這一點,一切都得改變:情感、反應、身體、意識和能量形態。我拚了命想看淡一切。我經歷過地獄般的處境,身心受創,為了我沒做的事被判死刑。氣憤和惱怒吞噬了我,心中憎恨也與日俱增。你愈清淨,就愈透明。去除所有壞的,清流就會像陽光照進心靈的窗。我反覆洗滌自己,每天醒來就離新生更近一步。我可以感覺多年來的洗腦與創傷從我體內消失,留下永久深刻的清淨。我通常對自己想要完成或體驗什麼會有模糊的概念──例如完成某個藝術品或探索其他意識領域──但這一回我只是盲目跟著清流移動。我感覺到十年來不曾有過的年輕,許多早已忘懷的回憶也鮮明了起來。

   在電影裡,危險的總是其他受刑人,但在現實生活中,真正需要提防的反倒是獄警和主管。他們經常逾越權限,讓原本已經夠難受的牢獄生活更緊張,更不好過,好像死刑還不夠似的。簽假支票的犯人進來被他們這麼虐待想不變成暴力犯也難。我不想讓這些人改變我,染指我的心將我變成和他們一樣腐敗又汙濁的靈魂。在牢裡那些年,我嘗試了幾乎所有的靈修和冥想方法,就為了讓自己保持清明。 在我服刑期間,監獄不知道處決了多少人,我猜有二十五到三十人吧。有些人我很熟、很親,有些我根本不想見到,但無論如何,我都不希望他們那樣離開人世。

   許多人都為「諸善」請命,希望州政府饒他一命,但最後還是救不了他,因為他犯下的罪行太重了。「諸善」原名法蘭奇.帕克(Frankie Parker),個性兇殘又吸食海洛因,不僅殺害了前岳父母,還將前妻挾持到阿肯色州一所警局裡。多年以後,帕克成了臨濟宗的僧侶,法號「諸善」,擁有許多朋友和支持者。諸善一九九六年遭到處決,獄方宣布死訊後不久,他的師父獲准到死囚區和其他死刑犯見面。他告訴我們法蘭奇的遺言、他的最後一餐和行刑過程。

   我正在看諸善遭到處決的新聞報導時,有人走到我的囚房外。我轉頭只見一個禿頭小老頭站在那裡,穿著黑僧袍和草鞋,手握念珠,發白的眉毛張牙舞爪,好像兩支小號角,又像眼睛上方長了八字鬍。他自我介紹,神情專注而認真。許多基督教牧師造訪過死囚區,但都自覺高人一等,從他們根本不跟我們握手就知道了。但古佛(Kobutsu)完全不同。他直視我,似乎真的很高興見到我。他一直將援救諸善當作自己的使命,因此處決讓他悲痛不已。離開之前,他說我隨時可以寫信給他。我立刻採取行動。

   我們開始通信,後來更請他收我為徒,他答應了。古佛是個矛盾綜合體。他是禪宗僧侶,也是老菸槍,愛說有點黃的笑話,對女性器官很感「性趣」。他集聖人、叫賣高手、無政府主義者、藝術家、朋友和混蛋於一身,我很快就喜歡上他。

古佛會寄介紹禪宗師父和各種修行法門的書給我,還有做佛龕的小卡片。諸善死後不久,他又造訪我們監獄,幫另一位獄友皈依。皈依就像是基督教的受洗儀式,宣告你決心向佛,並請眾人作見證。皈依很美,裡面有某些東西觸動了我的心。

在古佛的指導下,我開始每天坐禪。坐禪必須安靜坐著,心無旁騖,全神貫注在呼吸吐納上。我起初光是坐著注視地板十五分鐘就難過得要死,但後來慢慢習慣,時間拉長到二十分鐘。我不再讀其他東西,只鑽研禪學和教導冥想的書,就這樣過了整整三年。

   那位獄友皈依半年後,古佛又來監獄裡幫我皈依。皈依儀式中的魔力讓我更有決心,決定十倍努力。我開始每天面帶微笑,連獄警也沒辦法讓我收回笑容。我想對他們來說,被脫光搜身的人一直朝他們微笑,那感覺應該不太好受。

我和古佛繼續通信,偶爾也講電話。他的談話內容從鼓勵、指導、下流笑話到最近發生的古怪遭遇,無奇不有。每日禪修讓我的生活有了明確改善,我甚至用紙捏了一小座佛龕幫助冥想。那時我已經能連續坐禪兩小時,但還不滿足,因為我尚未得到那稍縱即逝的禪悟經驗,讓我渴求不已。 皈依一年後,古佛決定讓我受戒。受戒就是佛教的按手禮,必須開始持守佛教戒律,同時取新名字,象徵揚棄舊生命,迎向新生。只有師父能決定弟子何時能夠受戒。 我的受戒儀式將由原田上師(Shodo Harada Roshi)主持,他是現今最偉大的禪師,在日本擔任一間美麗禪寺的住持,特地為了我飛來阿肯色州。我幾週前就開始殷切期待,興奮到睡不著。受戒當天早上,天還沒亮我就醒了,把頭髮剃乾淨,靜候上師到來。

古佛率先推門進來,燈光照得他剛剃好的粉紅頭皮微微發亮,我還發現他沒穿平常那雙日本草鞋,改穿康威士高筒網球鞋。僧袍下擺冒出一雙運動鞋,感覺真怪。原田上師走在古佛身後,穿著和古佛一樣的僧袍,只是很乾淨。古佛的僧袍有時會沾到芥末,而他似乎不以為意。 原田上師身材瘦小,但氣勢十足,雖然笑容和藹,可是態度嚴謹,簡直跟軍人一樣。我記得心裡對他的第一印象就是「紀律」。他的自律似乎超過凡人所能達到的境界,讓我大受啟發。我到現在還是拚命鍛鍊,希望能追上原田上師的自律境界。在他的溫暖與和善之下,隱藏著鋼鐵般的意志。

   我們走進死囚區充當教堂用的小房間,原田上師談了日本和美國的不同、他在日本的禪寺,還有現在到禪寺來修行的亞洲人很少,反而都是美國人。他的聲音低沉粗嘎,有如營火啪啪作響。很少有人覺得日文很美,我卻心蕩神馳,多麼希望自己也能說出那麼詩意、優雅的語言。

原田上師擺好小祭壇,鋪上白色絲綢,擺上小佛像、香爐和一張寫著毛筆字的畫紙,準備進行儀式。我們每人撚了一點味道奇特的焚香到香爐裡做為供奉,接著翻開經書開始唱頌。但獄警幫我上了手銬和腳鐐,只好讓古佛幫我翻頁。原田上師為我取名,法號「光尊」。我很喜歡這個名字和其中的意含,到哪裡都用它署名。我還拿到絡子。

絡子由黑布做成,附有兩條黑布帶和一個木環或木扣,圖案很像從空中看到的稻田。絡子象徵佛陀的僧袍,掛在脖子上遮住丹田,也就是肚臍下兩指幅處,是人的能量中心。獄方只准我掛絡子,不能穿僧袍。上師在絡子背面用漂亮的毛筆字寫道:大修行才有大光明。我一直將絡子當成寶貝珍惜著,直到多年後被獄警拿走為止。

 

 

 

佛壇上那張紙也給了我,上頭的書法寫著:月穿潭底水無痕。我很驕傲地掛在牢房裡。

我深入禪的境界,試圖掌握自己的負面情緒。我之前已經很能克制了,但我想採取更激烈的手段。就像舉重選手,我不停增加重量,週末坐禪一次就是五個小時念珠永遠掛在手上,時時念經,每天練習哈達瑜伽至少一個小時,並且開始茹素。但我就是無法突破,達不到「見性」。見性就是洞悉實相,許多人稱之為「開悟」。我雖然沒說出口,卻開始強烈懷疑見性只是傳說 後來,一名藏傳佛教的師父每週會來監獄講道一次。我上了幾次專門為死刑犯設計的修行課,其中一回他傳授「頗瓦」給我和另一位受刑人,就是臨死之前將能量從頭頂擠出的技巧,但還是沒有帶來我所追尋的震撼體驗。

 我真正明確、可以講出來龍去脈的回憶是在上學後。我到現在都還記得幼稚園到高中的所有老師。 我記得我們是一九七九年搬到梅菲爾公共住宅的。我爸媽、我和我妹妹。我們住在二樓,公寓一整排房門都長得一模一樣,每次出去玩回來,都得挨家挨戶隔著窗戶往裡頭看,看到熟悉的家具才曉得我家到了。外婆後來也搬到同一個地方,住在我們後面一排。那一年我進幼稚園,記得很清楚。

梅菲爾位於阿肯色州的西曼菲斯,那一區很殘破,雖然沒後來那麼糟,但還是很凋敝。這裡的學區是全市最差的。我頭一天上學就發現班上只有我和另一個小孩是白人,其餘都是黑人。那個白人小孩名叫湯米,後來成了我的好朋友,他也住在梅菲爾。我們導師是女的,黑人,長得很瘦,名叫唐諾森。我沒見過比她更討厭的大人她對小女生還不壞,但似乎對小男生充滿恨意,成天絞盡腦汁想出各種新奇的懲罰方式,我真的不曉得她怎麼當上老師的。

   我那時很安靜,幾乎像個隱形人,大部分時間都能躲過她的魔掌,但還是被她盯過兩次。頭一回是班上一個女生向她告狀,說我午睡時偷偷睜開眼睛,我到現在還是不曉得她為什麼要誣賴我。每天吃完午餐之後,所有小朋友就會拿出床墊鋪在地上睡半小時。唐諾森老師不會待在教室裡。沒有人知道她去哪裡,做些什麼。她不只要我們乖乖躺著,還一定得睡著。她會挑一個小孩當眼線,讓那個小孩坐在導師桌前,像神明一樣盯著其他同學,看他們有沒有乖乖趴著睡覺。她永遠都選女生,從來沒挑過男生 有一天中午,我和平常一樣趴在床墊上,一邊吸著地上的灰塵,一邊祈禱不要吸到蜘蛛。唐諾森老師半小時後回到教室,要那個小女生回報狀況,讓她知道誰有睡、誰沒睡。那個小女生立刻指著我說:「他沒有閉眼睛。」我根本沒動,也沒發出聲音,但唐諾森老師卻要我站在教室前面,用直尺打我手心。我的手當然很痛,在全班面前被處罰也很難堪,但最可怕的是她打我時顯露的憤怒與恨意。氣得咬牙切齒,每打我一下就咒罵一句。另外一次被她盯上,我想不起來自己做了什麼,只記得她怎麼懲罰我,還有這回遭殃的不只我一個人。我和另外兩個男生雙手舉書站了半個小時,一樣在全班面前。我們三個舉著書,舉得手都發抖了,她還一直在旁邊對我們咆哮,說什麼「看你們還敢不敢把我當成屁!」

這就是我的幼稚園。

那些年發生了兩件怪事。兩件事我都記得很清楚,卻都無法解釋。第一件怪事發生在我還住在梅菲爾公共住宅區的時候。

有一天傍晚之前,母親叫我待在公寓門口的人行道上不要亂跑。但我那時又野又皮,因此她前腳剛走,我就溜之大吉了,跑到住宅區後方的那座大沙丘開始用手挖洞。我小時候很喜歡挖洞,不曉得花了多少時間,常常一大早起床吃完燕麥粥,把湯匙舔乾淨之後,就會拿著湯匙出門挖洞挖一整天。母親每次看到前院被我挖得亂七八糟,就會出來在前廊大吼:「小子,你最好趕快把那些洞填起來,免得害人扭斷腳踝。」

 

 

 

等我把洞挖好,才發現天色已經完全黑了。我看見街燈在遠處閃爍,四周一片死寂,沒有蟋蟀鳴叫,沒有人聲交談,也沒有車子經過,感覺就像電影院放完電影,螢幕忽然變黑一樣安靜。我知道這下一定要挨罵了,便匆匆拍掉灰塵,朝回家的路上走。

 

 

 

途中我經過一個地方,公寓在這裡形成一個轉角。我記得上回經過時,公寓是空的,但這回裡頭雖然是暗的,前門卻開著。

 

 

 

公寓裡宛如黑洞,沒有半點光亮。一個男的交叉雙臂站在門口,感覺像被門框圈住一樣。他穿著黑長褲,上身赤裸,黑髮及肩,臉上掛著猥瑣的微笑,目不轉睛看著我走來。我走到公寓前方時,他問我:「小子,你要去哪裡?」雖然語氣很感興趣,但不是真的在等我回答。我沒開口,只是頭看著他。「你媽在找你,你這下鐵定要挨打了。」

 

 

 

我又站了一會兒就走了。之後我遇到我媽,只見她一手拿著軟鞭,一手拿菸,果然把我抽了一頓。

 

 

 

我完全忘了這件事,直到十八歲因為謀殺罪被捕前一、兩天才想起來。那陣子我一直被警察騷擾,煩了好幾週,有一天吃完午飯,母親對我說:「你把襯衫脫了,到後院讓我拍照,這樣要是警察打你,就有相片對照了。」我點點頭,走到浴室把襯衫脫了。我看著洗手臺上方的鏡子,突然發現自己長得和當年在漆黑公寓看到的那個男人一模一樣。

我七、八歲那年夏天,看過一個男的頭部中槍。我們那時剛搬進曼菲斯的一間雙戶住宅裡。有一天下午,我們打開前門讓風吹進屋內。我踩在門檻上,看見父親手插口袋站在前院,眼神茫然望著地上。我看了他很久,發現他眼睛眨也不眨,整個人神遊物外,不曉得在做什麼。他經常那樣,但那一回不同,彷彿在等什麼似的。 忽然遠處傳來「砰」的一聲,聲音很小,跟電視上的槍聲不同。父親事後說他起先以為是下一條街有車逆火了。我和他同時頭朝聲音的來處看,只見一個男的雙手抱頭穿越馬路朝我們走來,渾身是血。

父親轉頭看我,開始像海軍陸戰隊的教官對我大喊:「快快快!回屋裡去!」我立刻躲進屋裡,父親跟著進門。他才剛把門關上鎖好,那男人就狠狠撞門,發出轟然巨響,隨即悄然無聲。屋外安安靜靜,父親盯著門,母親一臉驚恐和疑問跑到我們身邊。父親告訴她發生了什麼事,兩人開始商量該怎麼辦。

我們家沒有電話,因此他們決定由我媽從後門出去,到鄰居家借電話。問題是鄰居根本不肯開門,我母親站在門廊拚命敲門大喊:「拜託幫幫忙,我們需要借電話!」但她怎麼喊都沒用,鄰居就是不理不睬。後來鄰居告訴警察,他們以為我媽開槍殺了我爸,打算再殺他們,所以不敢開門。

那個男的把血抹得到處都是。警察和救護車趕到時,他已經倒在臺階上,我家門上和父親的白色旅行車上都是血手印。救護車把人載走之後,警察開始偵訊我父母親。爺爺艾德和奶奶朵莉絲把我和妹妹接走,到他們家過夜,免得我們看到太多血腥的畫面。

這件事沒有在我年幼的心靈留下任何痕跡,也沒造成創傷,我隔天就又和其他小孩玩在一起了。要是現在經歷一樣的事,我恐怕得諮商一輩子,不斷被惡夢奪走寶貴的睡眠,搞到精神耗弱。 我不曉得自己何時失去了恢復力,失去了從可怕事件中反彈的力量,只能看出那樣的能力消失了。無辜受審當然有影響,但我多多少少平復了──別誤會,這件事絕對在我身體和心靈留下了傷痕,可能一輩子無法弭平,但我終究熬過來了。假如再來一回,我不曉得自己撐不撐得住。或許我在受審時就會震驚和受創而死,這是完全有可能的。

   要不是年紀輕輕就被關進牢裡,我一定會無法適應。監獄已經夠糟了,知道你根本不該坐牢感覺更是糟上一萬倍,只會加重心裡的震驚與創傷。我是在牢裡長大的,或許就是這一點奪走了我的恢復力。

   我不再敞開心胸面對人生的大小事情,不再熱心學習,而是像疲憊的老人害怕再次受傷,知道自己到了這把年紀,瘀青不再那麼容易消退我曾經像年輕人一樣求知若渴,甚至沒發現自己在學東西,因為我心中充滿了好奇,感覺就像電視上那些動物寶寶一樣,只是睜大眼睛、玩玩鬧鬧就自然而然學會了。現在我求知是出於恐懼,覺得只要知道愈多,就愈能掌控局面,不再受傷。

   我討厭這樣,討厭見到自己身上出現愈來愈多歲月的鑿痕與後遺症。美國鄉村歌手漢克威廉斯是在我這年紀死的。我和他都被自身的遭遇與處境弄得未老先衰。我不是在諷刺,我真的相信事情可以不同,相信愛幾乎能治療一切—愛和冰紅茶──只是我在這裡得到的分量不夠多。也許很快就會有人糾正所有的錯誤,拯救我脫離夢魘。在那之前,我只能繼續苦撐。「聖雷蒙.儂特納,求你垂聽我的禱告……」

 

 

 

 

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權力使多少人腐化?  從伸張正義為導向的職業 如警察 律師到檢察官 ?

以下是社會案件:

 

原文出處:

http://www.tvbs.com.tw/NEWS/NEWS_LIST.asp?no=arieslu20100713112749

 

司法涉貪/司法黑幕! 5司法官涉集體收賄遭搜

 

司法風紀出了嚴重問題!特偵組調查司法官集體收賄案件,查出有4名台灣高等法院的資深法官,還有一名檢察官,涉嫌在承審苗栗銅鑼科學園區案收賄,因此在今天調動上百名檢調人員,清晨5點拂曉出擊,同步搜索司法官辦公室以及住家,並且帶回偵訊。

 

電影中,被告拿著大把的鈔票給司法人員,這樣的事情卻在現實生活發生。司法官涉嫌收賄,特偵組調動上百名檢調人員,選在清晨5點半拂曉出擊,分兵34路,大規模搜索。

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 案子爆發後,其他法官聽到同僚遭搜索,很意外。記者:「更一審判無罪會不會很驚訝?」高院法官林明俊:「我不知道,我沒有看判決,所以我無法回答,所以我無法回答這個問題。」記者:「發生這件事會不會驚訝?」林明俊:「有有有。」

高院發言人陳晴教:「如果有極少數的害群之馬,違法亂紀,自應由檢察官偵辦,但本案沒有具體的犯罪事證,也要請檢察官盡速還其清白。」

 

有句話說,「司法就像皇后的貞操,不容質疑」,但這次高等法院遭搜索,卻已經撼動了司法公信力。

 

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 原文出處: http://bbs.civilgroup.org/printview.php?t=4999

刑訴弊案檔案室 - 震撼!何智輝案法官檢察官疑集體收賄

(中央社記者王鴻國、林長順、賴又嘉台北13日電)前立委何智輝被控在銅鑼開發案貪污,一審被重判19年,更一審獲判無罪,但特偵組發現,疑有法官、檢察官收賄,替何智輝護航脫罪。特偵組今天發動搜索、約談。

 

 

特偵組這波查辦司法官貪瀆案,動用人力規模之大、搜索據點之多.......何智輝在新竹科學園區銅鑼基地發放農林公司獎勵金案,被控關說及藉勢藉端勒索財物,被依貪污、背信等罪起訴。何智輝一審被判19年,但台灣高等法院今年5月更一審,逆轉改判無罪。.......

 

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The following 原文出處: http://news.cts.com.tw/cts/society/201005/201005210478155.html

北縣員警涉收賄包庇色情2010/05/21 06:00 李明威 報導  

台北縣傳出有兩名員警按月收賄、掩護色情業者,被檢方搜索,檢調同時還兵分20路搜索員警和業者住處,帶回小姐和客人,將近有40人接受調查。

 .......檢調指出,色情業者行賄員警可能長達1年多,同一時間檢方兵分20路,包括員警和業者的住家也通通被搜索,約談了將近40名業者和小姐釐清案情,不過台北市才剛剛爆發員警涉嫌收賄包庇業者,現在這把火燒到台北縣,根據了解涉案的派出所可能有兩個以上,涉案人數也有可能繼續蔓延。

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The following ~ quote from:

http://www.libertytimes.com.tw/2008/new/apr/23/today-so5-2.htm

 

柯金柱 早年潦倒50歲考上司法官

記者林俊宏/特稿

 

.......柯金柱有過兩次婚姻紀錄,但在他還沒成為檢察官前,擔任工廠女工的阿鑾對他最為死忠,經常資助他生活費,但柯金柱飛上枝頭變成檢座後,卻無情地甩掉她,後來還和多名女子往來,為了維持一定生活水準,甚至還貸款購買百萬名車。

http://www.nownews.com/2008/12/17/138-2381909.htm

 

郵差到檢察官 柯金柱因權力而腐化

社會中心/綜合報導(新聞來源:東森新聞)

 

驚傳暴斃的前北檢察官柯金柱,其實人生有許多轉折,不但曾當郵差,也曾因為遭人倒會負債一度窮困潦倒,直到獲得女友資助才以50歲的高齡考上司法官,原本是個勵志榜樣,卻因貪污誤了一生。

 

前檢察官柯金柱過去辦公室裡牆上,總掛著「善超諸法」的匾額,但如今卻因為貪污罪遭判刑,不僅如此更意外在聽完宣判後暴斃。柯金柱是司法官34期結業,曾經任職於桃園和台北地檢署,不過其實他的一生起伏不斷,從中興法商畢業後,先是當上郵差,民國74年因為倒會負債離職,一度跌到谷底的他,後來在女友的資助下苦讀,以50歲的高齡考上司法官,奮發向上的精神,還曾被當成勵志故事流傳,沒想到代表正義的檢察官卻陷入多起收賄風暴。

 

過去的老長官薛維平在偵辦柯金柱涉嫌向黃如意收賄案時,也曾在起訴書中花了極大篇幅敘述柯金柱,說他從潦倒困頓到發憤考上司法官,但之後男女關係複雜包養多位年輕女友,最後藉著司法官職權索賄。在柯金柱的身上,讓人看到絕對的權力使人絕對的腐化,這樣的例子不免讓人遺憾

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The following ~ quote from:

 

http://news.cts.com.tw/udn/politics/201303/201303091206184.html

 

6年收賄2325女檢察官陳玉珍求處無期

 

 

2013/03/09 17:42 記者張宏業、林志函、楊竣傑/台北報導   

 

特偵組偵辦檢察官陳玉珍包庇賭博電玩,認為陳玉珍利用「後案併前案」、「扣押交付代保管」手法,向業者施永華索賄兩千三百廿五萬元,昨起訴求處無期徒刑,是首位涉貪遭起訴的女檢察官。同案被起訴包括電玩業者施永華、被控協助陳玉珍洗錢的律師郭學廉(前新北地檢署主任檢察官);施因為向檢方自首,賭博罪可獲減刑,貪汙罪免刑。台北地院昨天開接押庭,檢辯爭論三小時;合議庭認為陳玉珍有串證及逃亡之虞,裁定羈押三個月。陳玉珍母親得知裁定結果,放聲大哭:「我女兒冤枉啊!」司訓所廿五期結業的陳玉珍,涉嫌在一、二審檢察官任內包庇賭博電玩長達六年八個月,利用分案規定「放水」十九次。 起訴書指出,一九九六年,施永華透過前蘆洲警分局長毛猛雄認識陳玉珍,成為好友。一九九九年,陳女升任宜蘭主任檢察官,施永華在新北市三峽經營的神爺、華加賭博電玩無照,求助陳玉珍護航,按月給付廿五萬元賄款

 

陳玉珍轉調前板橋地檢署時,對施永華的賭博電玩有管轄權,利用「後案併前案」的分案規定,故意將案件擺放不偵結;獨攬「華加」遭警方移送的十九起案件,再濫用職權處分不起訴。陳玉珍透過刑事訴訟法「扣押交付代保管」的規定,將扣押機台交付業者保管,讓業者繼續營業牟利。

 

 

 

二○○二年,施永華另在新莊開設永佳電玩,按月額外支付陳玉珍十萬元。當時有名婦人不滿老公常逗留永佳電玩,控告遺棄,檢察官王正皓查扣機台,起訴登記負責人陳俊雄;陳玉珍只好將十二件案子併給法院審理,失去「控球權」。

 

 

 

施永華為使全案獲判無罪,尋求解套。陳玉珍認為,若能查到承辦員警和其他電玩業者有聯繫,即可主張是遭栽贓陷害;向施永華表達可代為查詢通聯,向施索討廿五萬元「查詢費」。

 

 

 

陳玉珍派升高檢署後,為讓施永華相信更有影響力,向承辦電玩案的女檢察官關說;但陳玉珍辯稱「情同師徒」,才和同事交換法律意見,否認關說。施與陳玉珍因一起詐欺案反目,登報控陳玉珍收賄。

 

 

 

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夜夜笙歌開銷大檢察官王朝震涉收賄聲押

 

〔記者王俊忠、楊金城/綜合報導〕台南地檢署檢察官吳文政昨天指揮台南縣調站,北上南投地檢署拘提涉嫌貪瀆收賄的投檢檢察官王朝震,晚間並以涉嫌重大,向台南地方法院聲請羈押王朝震。

 

前書記官涉當白手套

 

王朝震被檢舉在偵辦台南縣前國民黨立委方醫良及其子方德福涉逃漏稅案時,透過曾共事的台南地檢署前書記官黃國南出面收賄18萬元,其中黃國南獲3萬元佣金,王朝震實得15萬元,該逃漏稅案則予不起訴處分。黃國南在今年年初曾被收押一段時間,其後已獲交保。

 

司法官30期出身的王朝震(50歲,高雄市人),曾任台南地檢署、高雄地檢署檢察官,90年間在高雄地檢署任內,曾因喝花酒被公懲會休職半年處分,92年底復職後調至南投地檢署,但檢調發現,王朝震復職後還是經常出入特種場所夜夜笙歌,也與八大行業業者過從甚密,有時喝醉酒或睡過頭,竟然無法開庭常勞駕南投地檢署同事代為開庭,令人匪夷所思。

 

方醫良關說奉送18

 

這件檢察官拘提聲押檢察官的大案,起源於台南縣調查站偵辦一起司法黃牛案時,意外查出王朝震偵辦方醫良父子涉嫌以人頭逃漏稅案時,在開庭時向方某「暗示」他與台南司法界人士黃國南熟識,方某後來透過朋友,輾轉接上黃國南,在台南市分前金、後謝總計18萬元,擺平這起官司。辦案人員表示,這件逃漏稅案是台南地區的案子,王朝震理應「移轉」給台南地檢署管轄,但他卻直接把他字案改為偵字案,開庭時問告訴人「是要『告公司』還是『告人』?」告訴人不明白其間差別,答說要「告公司」,王朝震就以「公司法人」在法律上若無特別規定,不構成犯罪為由,偵結該案,且給予公司的「法人代表」方醫良父子不起訴處分。檢調懷疑王朝震開銷大,利用辦案職務之便涉嫌收賄可能不只一件,擴大偵辦中。

 

 

才開完庭 王朝震馬上被拘提

 

南投地檢署檢察官王朝震

 

〔記者陳鳳麗、王俊忠/綜合報導〕檢察官拘提檢察官!南投地檢署檢察官王朝震涉收賄案,台南地檢署昨日指揮警調40餘人分頭到南投市、高雄市、高雄縣等9處據點搜索,並對王朝震(見圖,記者王俊忠翻攝)開出傳票,待王開完庭後,即將他帶回南檢偵辦。

 

 

 

南檢檢察官吳文政昨日上午10時許,帶著多名調查員,持傳票和搜索票到南投地檢署,由於南檢事先已知會,南投地檢署由主任檢察官吳祚延出面進行了解後,先請一行人在辦公室等候正在開庭的王朝震。

 

 

 

王朝震在上午11時許結束庭訊,見到吳文政等人,表情平靜,隨即一行人到王的宿舍進行搜索,帶走部分資料後,於中午12時將王朝震帶回台南偵辦,王朝震面對媒體詢問案情,他不迴避的說「去問吳檢就好了!」

 

 

 

王的密友也到案

 

 

 

王朝震一名親密的陳姓女友證人與另3名王姓、顏姓、孔姓嫌疑人也相繼到案。

 

 

 

吳祚延對於王朝震涉案一事表示,只要台南地檢署偵辦的程序合法,該署會全力配合。萬一王朝震遭收押,屆時就會停職,其工作會由其他檢察官來接手。

 

 

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花名在外 出事不意外

 

 

 

南投地檢署檢察官王朝震,曾在台南、雲林、高雄等三地檢署任職90年在雄檢期間曾因上酒店喝花酒遭休職6個月處分,復職後調任南投地檢署;熟識王朝震的司法人員嘆說︰「王會出代誌並不意外!」

 

 

 

907月間,雄檢檢察官秦德進與王朝震、劉昀應友人邀宴,飯局後轉赴高雄市有女侍作陪的金花都舞廳與寒舍美麗華KTV唱歌喝酒。

 

 

 

王朝震等檢察官涉不當場所喝花酒情事爆發後,法務部查明建議公務員懲戒委員會對秦德進作出撤職處分;王朝震、劉昀均休職5年處分。監察院也對王朝震3人提出彈劾,公懲會決議王朝震休職6個月。

 

 

 

王朝震在9212月調到南投地檢署,到任後曾短暫當過偵查檢察官,然後調公訴檢察官,今年元月再度回任偵查檢察官。

 

 

 

白手套黃國南 也有案底

 

 

 

至於擔任白手套的黃國南,在擔任書記官之前是在二審任職法警,考上書記官後,先派任高雄地檢署,在雄檢期間曾配屬王朝震書記官,兩人因此有深厚情誼,後來,黃國南轉任南檢書記官。

 

 

 

92年間,南檢查出黃國南涉向他人收購BMW贓車,再租予他人,被警方攔獲,黃國南竟教唆他人頂替應訊,檢方依贓物、教唆他人頂替兩罪起訴,並被法院判決有罪確定。(記者王俊忠、陳鳳麗)

 

 

 

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(中央社記者張榮祥市八日電)南投地檢署檢察官王朝震涉嫌收受賄賂,台南地檢署檢察官吳文政今天指揮法務部調查局台南縣調查站北上傳訊王朝震,且將王朝震帶回南檢進一步調查。

 

 

 

南檢指出,王朝震涉嫌收受賄賂案,由南檢及投檢共同偵辦,因南檢掌握部份事證,需再偵訊王朝震,才將王朝震帶回南檢。

 

 

 

根據台南縣調查站資料顯示,王朝震曾任職台南地檢署及高雄地檢署,在雄檢期間因風紀問題被停職一年,後來再調職投檢。960308

 

 

 

ET更新日期:2007/03/03 13:01 記者:社會中心/綜合報導

 

 

 

曾任台北地檢署檢察官的律師柯金柱,在擔任檢察官期間涉嫌收取不法利益至少300多萬,還利用女友的帳戶洗錢,台北地檢署2日偵結,柯金柱被依貪污罪嫌被起訴,並且求刑14年。 頭髮斑白、戴著眼鏡,他就是前檢察官柯金柱,辦公室掛著「善超諸法」的匾額,但他卻因為貪污罪被求刑14年。 曾任台北地檢署檢察官的柯金柱,在任職期間涉嫌藉辦案機會,兩度向違反組織犯罪條例的被告黃如意、張國光索賄,甚至還恐嚇對方如果不花錢擺平,會把他們起訴並且列為治平對象。 台北地檢署依貪污罪嫌起訴柯金柱,而承辦此案的主任檢察官碰巧是柯金柱過去的老長官薛維平,為了公平正義地偵辦昔日的屬下,薛維平在起訴書中花了極大篇幅敘述柯金柱的一生,從他早年潦倒困頓,再發憤考上司法官,之後男女關係複雜,包養多位比他小2030歲的女友,到最後藉著司法官職權索賄,起訴書中都鉅細靡遺的描述。過去以伸張正義為理想的柯金柱,如今卻因為恐嚇索賄而遭到起訴,讓承辦此案的老長官薛維平感到遺憾和嘆息。

 

 

TVBS 03 14 新聞

 

特別費案南北不同調,法務部被立委輪番砲轟

 

 

 針對高檢署檢察官沈明彥到濟州島賭博,還欠下400萬賭債,上午成了立院質詢焦點,施茂林強調,檢察官的個人行為,嚴重影響司法獨立形象,將從嚴調查。

 

 

 

一張濟州島豪賭照片,陳哲男和陳敏賢、還有劉炳偉,陷入高捷弊案風波,第一家庭也連帶被貪污醜聞纏身,現在才發現,原來還有案外案,而且牽扯到應該獨立的司法單位。高檢署檢察官沈明彥,被爆料在濟州島狂輸400萬,甚至還賴賭帳,去賭博的地方,跟陳哲男一樣是皇冠酒店。立委李慶華:「施部長!不得了啦!2002年的濟州島事件,陳哲男跟劉炳偉的濟州島,現在被都被報出來了,原來是高檢署檢察官沈明彥從中牽的線。」不得了的事情,喊的法務部長臉上一陣青一陣白,連忙表示會繼續交辦,偵查到底,但是,受到質疑的檢查官,還不只沈明彥,話題不斷的陳聰明,連續參加兩場「特別的」餐會,也是質詢重點。立委邱毅:「外面都已經傳了,除了陳聰明先生的女婿,還有一位陳姓、王姓,一位李姓,還有一位謝姓檢察官。」

 

 

 

點名至少還有5位檢察官,跟總長一起參加引人非議的餐會﹔整個司法單位,從檢察總長,到高檢署檢察官,甚至還有多位偵辦重大案件的檢察官,言行都受到質疑,「司法獨立」這4個字,法務部長施茂林只能口頭上不斷強調,越來越難再取信於民。

 

 

 

檢察官王朝震收賄 求重刑十三年

 

 

 

更新日期: 2007/06/23 04:39 記者: 邱順斌/台南報導

 

南投地檢署檢察官王朝震,向前立委方醫良收賄十八萬元,將其涉逃漏稅兒子不起訴處分,又發公文為朋友撤銷紅單,被台南地檢署依貪汙罪起訴,並具體求刑十三年,移審後,法官裁准四十萬元交保,方醫良也依行賄罪起訴。

 

 

 

四十六歲王朝震,原在高雄地檢署擔任檢察官,九十一年間,因與煙毒犯喝花酒,被停職一年。九十三年復職後,改派南投地檢署,因在外交往複雜,每個月薪水不但不夠用,還背負不少債務,又碰上發生車禍,需錢修護轎車。

 

 

 

九十三年十月至九十四年三月間,王朝震偵辦忠財營造公司虛報人頭逃漏稅,被告方德福是台南縣前立委方醫良兒子,王傳喚他到案,向他表示認識其父親,被告恐被起訴,回家央請父親幫忙。

 

 

 

王朝震明知南投地檢署無管轄權,應將方德福案移轉台南地檢署偵辦,九十三年十二月,王朝震與前書記官黃昶明(早先叫黃國南,緩起訴處分)在台南縣永康市某餐廳用餐,方醫良邀陳忠煌、劉繁致前往碰面,黃昶明還與他們在門口討價還價,最後決定賄款由廿萬元降為十八萬元。

 

 

 

當天,方醫良即先交付十萬元,隔天再交付八萬元,黃昶明從中獲得三萬元報酬,王朝震拿到十五萬元後,就直接將方德福不起訴處分,並依法將應負刑責的自然人另簽分偵辦,導致方德福未受追訴。

 

 

 

王朝震另在九十四年八、九月間,因其朋友嚴春霖,載老闆朱文財,從南投行經高速公路回美濃途中,因超速被國道警察第八隊告發,因嚴經常請王朝震吃飯喝酒,王遂為友向警察說項。

 

 

 

王朝震以南投地檢署便箋寫信向八隊王隊長稱「因臨時須趕赴現場,不及調公務車,請友人駕車急載前往,不慎超速。」國道因此撤銷嚴春霖三千元的罰單。

 

 

 

王朝震今年三月八日經台南地檢署檢察官吳文政羈押偵辦三個月,日前依法提起公訴,檢方認為,王朝震因私生活糜爛,開銷日增致薪水無法負荷,因此鋌而走險,貪贓枉法,其惡性匪淺,建請從重量處有期徒刑十三年,並宣告褫奪公權十年,被告移審台南地方法院後,法官裁准四十萬元交保。

 

 

 

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收賄攬訟 前檢察官林聖霖被彈劾

 

〔記者林毅璋、項程鎮、陳賢義/綜合報導〕監察院昨天召開審查會,以前台東地檢署檢察官林聖霖因違背職務期約索賄、違法調閱與偵辦案件無關的通聯紀錄並洩漏給第三人等理由,罕見地以十票全數通過對林聖霖的彈劾案。

 

 

 

林聖霖涉貪被羈押至今已逾五個月,法務部卻遲遲未能派員接補,導致東檢人力更形吃緊,有檢察官就私下抱怨,當初將有積案紀錄的林以「人地不宜」調至東部,原本就是一項錯誤的決策。

 

 

 

監委趙昌平、黃武次、陳健民昨召開記者會公布林聖霖彈劾案,彈劾文指出,林聖霖因違背職務期約賄賂,違反調取與承辦案件無關的通聯紀錄並洩漏給第三人,代人撰寫民事、刑事訴訟書狀並收費,違反貪污治罪條例、刑法及公務員服務法等規定,嚴重傷害檢察官形象,依法彈劾。

 

 

 

監委陳健民表示,林聖霖曾因貪圖三個古錢幣而犧牲公務員基本的操守要求,罔顧國家對於司法人員的嚴格訓練。

 

 

 

監委同時透露,將針對法務部常將素行不良的檢察官調往花東等偏遠地區法院,提出糾正案。

 

 

 

對此,法務部政務次長黃世銘表示,法務部會檢討品操有疑問檢察官調到偏遠地區政策。他說,檢察官品操問題要靠所屬主任檢察官、檢察長及政風系統多方了解,才能儘量減少問題。

 

 

 

台東地檢署檢察長張文政則說,對於司法人事作業機制他不予以評論,並相信其中一定有所考量,而林只是單一特殊個案,與上述質疑並無直接關係;另法務部也不可能故意將有問題的檢察官調到台東,任一地檢署也不會應允。

 

 

 

擔任審查會主席的監委趙昌平指出,第四屆監委自去年八月到任至今,有關法官與檢察官的彈劾案總計有十一件,彈劾法官四人、檢察官九人。趙強調,司法改革除了要健全法律與制度外,人的因素也十分重要,唯有優秀與操守好的檢察官,才能建立形象,並博得人民信賴。

 

 

 

包庇走私 陳正達撤職停用

 

 

 

〔記者項程鎮、鮑建信/綜合報導〕前高雄地檢署檢察官陳正達包庇走私集團懲戒案,公務員懲戒委員會昨天審議終結,認定陳違失情節嚴重、斲喪檢察官形象,議決撤職並停止任用三年。

 

 

 

現已轉任律師的陳正達昨晚表示,對公懲會的處分,他沒有意見。

 

 

 

陳正達九十一年八月到九十三年四月間,涉嫌多次以偵辦刑案為由,包庇趙崇傑等槍械走私集團,以貨櫃夾藏槍械、未稅洋菸和農產品走私進口圖利,監察院認定違法情節重大,予以彈劾並移送公懲會。

the following ~ quote from:

 

 http://www.trentu.ca/security/campusviolence.php

 

Campus Violence: What You Can Do   About It

Please click here for Trent University's Campus Violence and Harassment Policy.

"Click here for a free, short on-line course offered by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) that defines workplace violence, discusses risk factors and behaviours associated with workplace violence and provides information on legislation regarding workplace violence in Canada, and Ontario.  Click on the green "view course" button on the top right to access the course."

 

Two instructional Campus Violence DVDs are available for you to borrow and view:

  • Shots Fired on Campus: Guidance for Surviving an Active Shooter Situation.
  • Flashpoint on Campus: Recognizing and Preventing Violence on Campus.

To borrow these DVDS or for more information contact the Risk Management Office in Blackburn Hall, Rm. 132 or call 705-748-1011 ext. 7372.

What is campus violence?
Taber, Alberta; Littleton, Colorado; Ecole Polytechnic; Concordia University, Dawson College and now Virginia Tech: all of these educational institutions have suffered campus violence in its rarest and most extreme form - homicide.  At Trent University we use the term "Campus Violence" to stress that violence on campus not only effects employees who work at Trent, it affects students and visitors as well.

    There are also other forms of campus violence that are much more   commonplace and are experienced here at Trent and at every other College and   University in Canada. These include assault, sexual assault, verbal abuse,   harassment, suicide, attempt to injure, threat of injury, intimidation and   coercion. Basically, campus violence is any act that results in threatened or   actual harm to people or property on campus. All such acts leave trauma   and fear in their wake.

 

Risk Assessment:

What is the scope of the   problem?

The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OH&SA) as amended by Bill 168 in 2010, requires all employers to conduct a risk assessment of workplace violence and harassment as often as necessary.  Trent compiles and assesses all incidents of campus violence or harassment reported to Campus Security, Human Resources, Student Affairs and Human Rights that fall under the definitions of the OH&SA and the Campus Violence and Harassment Policy.   The result is an annual risk assessment of workplace violence and harassment which is produced at the beginning of the winter term, or more frequently if there is a significant change in incident frequency between reports.  The annual risk assessments of campus violence and harassment may be found here.

Campus Security staistics starting in 2005 and including those involving threatening or violent behaviour can be found here.


  A June 2009 UBC study reports that nearly one in five university students experienced violence in the last six months. Click here for more information.

February 2007 Statistics Canada reported nearly 1/5th of all incidents of violent victimization including physical assault, sexual assault and robbery, occurred in the victims workplace.

What are some of the reasons for   the prevalence of workplace violence?
  Some factors are societal or personal   in nature such as the prevalence and glorification of violence in our society,   drug or alcohol abuse, reaction to family stress, poverty, domestic violence or   access to deadly weapons. It should be noted that access to firearms is much   more strictly controlled in Canada.

Others are work or study related. They include:

  • job insecurity brought on   by restructuring and the stress of extra work and guilt for those whose jobs remain
  • job stress or the stress of exams
  • lack of clear policy, rules of   conduct and awareness training concerning violence in the campus
  • less   than thorough hiring, training and supervision practices for employees
  • ineffective or non-existent violence reporting procedures
  • reluctance by   managers to discipline employees or students in a timely manner when warranted
  • failure to monitor dangerous employees/students after disciplinary action
  • inadequate physical security
  • an autocratic or abusive management   style
  • an atmosphere of indignity that tolerates bigotry, sexual harassment   or general disrespect and intolerance of others
  • serious unresolved    issues
  • past incidents of violence

Finally, some types of jobs are more at risk of violence than others, for a   number of reasons. They include jobs that:

  • have contact with the general   public
  • Exchange money, such as retail clerks who are at the highest risk   of  violence of all professions.
  • The next most risky profession is   police officer.
  • Delivers passengers, goods or services
  • Has a mobile   campus such as a taxi, security vehicle, or parking enforcement vehicle
  • Work with unstable or volatile persons in health care, social services or   criminal justice settings
  • Require employees to work alone or in small   numbers
  • Require employees to work late at night or in the early morning
  • Require employees to work in high crime areas
  • Involve guarding   valuable property or possessions

Can campus violence be anticipated?

  In almost all cases, incidents of   campus violence are preceded by a number of warning signs.   Some are very   overt and clear, some are more subtle.  They include:

  • Direct or veiled   threats of harm. One of the perpetrators in Littleton, Colorado had a personal   web site that clearly stated his intention to kill people at his school and   destroy the school.
  • Intimidating, belligerent, harassing or other   inappropriate and aggressive behaviour.
  • Numerous conflicts with supervisors   and other employees or students.
  • Bringing and/or brandishing a weapon at   work or school.
  • Making inappropriate references to or a fascination with   weapons.
  • Statements indicating fascination with incidents of campus   violence, approval of the use of violence to resolve a situation or   identification with perpetrators of campus homicide. The Taber gunman was   allegedly inspired by the two Littleton murderers.
  • Statements indicating   desperation to the point of suicide.
  • Drug or alcohol abuse.
  • Extreme   changes in behaviour such as increased absenteeism, mood swings, deterioration   of personal hygiene, deteriorating job performance.
  • Increased numbers of   complaints from coworkers, subordinates, or students.

These behaviours of concern are not certain predictors of violence, but each of these behaviours is a clear sign that something is wrong. None should   be ignored. However, in the case of a visitor to campus, these signs may not be known to members of the university, such as in the case of the Dawson College shootings.

  Can campus violence be prevented?

The short answer is no;   there is no foolproof way to completely prevent violence in the campus, or   anywhere else. However, there are a number of preventative measures that can be   taken to significantly reduce the risk of violence at Trent:

  1.    The Risk Management Department conducts an annual Campus Violence Risk Assessment which can be found here.  We would be happy to assist you in conducting a threat assessment for your work, study or living area. The   assessment should take into account risk factors (as listed above), physical   security measures in place, policies and procedures in the campus, especially   dealing with hiring and managing employees and campus culture. It should   identify security measures that can reduce risk.
  2. Implement appropriate   security measures identified in the Risk Assesment. These could include:
    • physical security measures (CCTV,   alarms, electronic access systems,panic, alarms, improved lighting, emergency telephones,   photo ID badges, public/private office areas, guards or natural barriers such as   counters).  Please consult Campus Security if you wish to improve physical security in your workplace.
    • procedural or behavioural changes (pre-employment screenings, use   of administrative and disciplinary sanctions when warranted, use of employee   escorts, not propping doors open, ensuring someone is responsible every night to   arm alarms, locking your room or office etc.)
    • employee/student training   (awareness of policy, awareness of warning signs, awareness of risk factors and   how to mitigate them and knowledge of how to react and what to do in a violent   situation. It is also helpful to acquire stress management and conflict   resolution skills to help you diffuse potentially violent situations.

What do I do if faced with a violent or a potentially violent situation?

If you notice a colleague, student or co-worker exhibiting some or all of   the above behaviours, you have the following three options:

  • note and remember,
  • talk to the individual,
  • report it to your instructor, don, supervisor or Campus   Security

If violence is imminent or   actually occurring call 911 immediately and then call Campus Security  at   705-748-1333 (Peterborough) or 905-435-5111 (Oshawa).

If someone is angry or hostile, you should:

  •   stay calm and listen   attentively
  • maintain eye contact
  • be courteous and patient
  • try to keep   the situation in your control

If someone is swearing, shouting and threatening, you should:

  •   discreetly signal a   colleague  that you need help
  • do not make any calls   yourself
  • have someone call security

If someone is threatening you with a weapon, you should:

  •   stay calm, quietly signal   for help
  • maintain eye contact
  • stall for time
  • keep talking but   follow instructions
  • don't try to grab the weapon
  • watch for a safe   chance to escape

If you find yourself in an active shooter situation, you should:

  • Maintain a survival mindset and take the following action to save your life:
  • figure out what is going on and where the shooter is
  • get out of the building if you can do so safely
  • call out -     Call 911 and Campus Security at 705-748-1333 (Peterborough) or 905-435-5111 (Oshawa) or via any  emergency phone and   provide the following information:    
    • Your name        
    • Type of incident and weapons involved          
    • Location of the incident (be as specific as possible)              
    • Number of suspects as well as a physical description              
    • Your current location                  
    • do not hang up until police or security tells you to (unless it is no longer   safe to stay on the phone)
  • hide out - i.e. SHELTER IN PLACE; close doors and blinds, turn off lights and any communications equipment that might signal your presence.  If you are not alone, quietly plan your strategy should the attacker enter your space.
  • keep out - barricade the door to deter the attacker.  Do not let anyone in unless advised that it is safe to do so by the Emergency Communication System or a uniformed police officer.
        spread out - if there are a number of you.  This will make it harder for the attacker to select a target.
  • take out - the attacker (s) if you outnumber them.  Disarming and subduing them will increase your chances of survival.  On average active shooter incidents last 19 minutes before the shooter kills himself or the Police arrive and subdue him. Having a survival strategy dramatically increases your odds of getting through those 19 minutes.  Quickly and quietly plan your strategy and then act on it should the attacker enter your room.
  • follow the instructions and answer the questions of law enforcement personnel.  Show them empty hands and do not run towards them.  They will keep moving past you to find the attacker. Police officers are trained to respond to a hostile intruder by entering the   building immediately and proceeding to the area where the incident is   unfolding.  They will move quickly and directly.  Early in the incident, they   may not be able to rescue people because their main goal will be to neutralize   the suspect. Please try to remain as calm as possible during any such incident   and obey the officers’ directives so as not to interfere with police   operations.  A rescue team is formed shortly after the first responding officers   enter the building; they will be the officers who search for and help get   everyone out of the building safely.

If you are a supervisor or department head and you are informed that someone is   exhibiting some of the warning signs listed above:

  • Contact Campus Security, preferably with the concerned individual and have Security take a statement of the specific concerns.  Note specific details of what happened answering the W5 and H questions (by whom, when, where, who else may have seen the incident, what is the ongoing relationship between the parties and their history of communications, who are the parties’ supervisors/dons).
  • Determine if there is an immediate safety concern and whether the Police and/or Campus Security need to be involved at this point.
  • If not, talk to the individual; try to find out what the problem is and how it can be resolved. Do not delay in addressing the issue; very often violence can be prevented if the underlying problem is dealt with expeditiously and not allowed to escalate.
  • Take disciplinary action if the behaviour warrants it; make it very clear to the person that violent, threatening or intimidating behaviour of any sort will not be tolerated. Ensure the individual understands the parameters of acceptable behaviour and the sanctions for breaching those parameters.
  • Refer the individual to the Employee Assistance Program (if an employee) or Student Health and Counselling (if a student).
  • Consider moving the individual to another worksite or offering paid leave as a temporary solution while the problem is being sorted out.
  • If the individual has threatened violence to someone, others are in fear of their safety, or there is reason to believe that the individual may become physically violent, Campus Security will advise the Director of Risk Management who will  convene a university intervention group to determine a plan of action in accordance with the Campus Violence and Harassment Policy and Procedure.

    The most effective way of protecting yourself from campus   violence is to recognize the warning signs and report every incident, no matter   how minor, so that immediate action can be taken to address the situation.   Dismissing incidents as bravado or eccentricities may cost lives.

Campus Security will listen to   your concerns and will take appropriate action.

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http://www.uwosh.edu/cvpp/sexual-harassment
What is sexual harassment?
 

Form of sex discrimination
 Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature
 Involves relationships of unequal power and coercion
Harassment can occur between men and women or between members of the same gender

 

Types of sexual harassment
 Quid Pro Quo (meaning “this for that”) Sexual favors of a victim are required in return for some action such as granting work, study, or grading or other benefits
 Retaliation against the victim for refusing sexual favors
 
Hostile Environment Victim is subjected to unwelcome repeated sexual comments, innuendoes or touching, which alter conditions or interfere with academic or employment performance or access to opportunities provided by the institutions
 Unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature creates an intimidating, threatening or abusive working or learning environment or is so severe, persistent or pervasive that it affects a person’s ability to participate in or benefit from a University program or activity

 http://counseling.uoregon.edu/dnn/ParentsFamilies/ShrinkRapNewsletter/PreventingViolenceonCollegeCampuses/tabid/164/Default.aspx

 Preventing Violence on College Campuses

 

Preventing Violence on College Campuses: Seven Considerations for Parents

by Jon Davies and Mark Evans

Parents, students, and university staff are all concerned about violence on college campuses. Most of us shudder in horror to think about the tragedy at Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois. While mass shootings are particularly horrifying — and fortunately, very rare — there are other forms of campus violence that are much more prevalent and warrant our concern and consideration.

Nationwide, 17 percent of college students indicated they had experienced some form of violence or harassment in the previous year (Lanford, L., 2006).

These violent acts include harassment, stalking, vandalism, physical assault, sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence, and suicide.

Sexual assault unfortunately occurs all too frequently on college campuses and society at large.  It’s been estimated that a third of women will experience an unwanted sexual experience in their lifetime. Men have also been survivors of sexual assault, most frequently by other men. Most acts of sexual assault on college campuses are perpetrated by someone known to the survivor. Alcohol and drug use contribute to the problem, with an estimated 50% of perpetrators and survivors of sexual assault under the influence of alcohol or other drugs at the time of the assault.

As a parent, it can be scary to contemplate the vulnerability of your son or daughter. While it is important to acknowledge the problem of violence, it may be reassuring to know that students on university campuses generally are safer than their non-college peers.

Violence is not just a university problem, it is a problem in the culture at large. Preventing violence is a complex issue. We don’t claim to have the ability to eliminate violence, but we do hope to offer you several considerations to help protect your son or daughter

First, consider that most school shootings, sexual assaults and other forms of campus violence are being committed by males. Men commit approximately 75% of the serious conduct violations that occur on the UO campus. However, men are less likely than women to seek help for their problems. For instance, in recent years, college men represented 1/3 of the clients seen at the University Counseling Center and 40% of the patients treated at the University Health Center, while comprising 47% of the student population.

In light of this gender imbalance, any way that we can help young men to increase their ability to empathize and communicate with others, better cope with frustration and conflict, reach out for help with personal problems and addictions, and develop healthy self-esteem and self expression, would likely reduce the likelihood of violence. While your relationship may be changing as your student moves toward greater autonomy, you can continue to exert a positive influence in the following ways:

  1. Working to maintain open communication and a positive relationship with your son or daughter.Talking to your student about the kinds of violence that occur on college campuses such as harassment, sexual assault, hazing, vandalism, and physical assault. Invite your student to share his/her own concerns about violence. Bringing these issues to awareness in a mature discussion way may help “inoculate” a student against making a bad decision.
  2. Encourage your son or daughter to report acts of violence to RAs, campus and/or law enforcement agencies.
  3. Practicing and modeling conflict resolution skills. This is something we all can grow in. If you and your student get into a conflict, how do you approach it?
  4. Discuss in a mature, non-confrontational way the additional risk that substance abuse can bring. When talking about your student’s struggles with substances or other issues, it may be disarming to acknowledge what you have learned from wrestling with your own demons. This can be a way of joining with your student rather than being in the position of judging authority.
  5. Encourage help seeking. Many students who seek counseling only do so after being referred by family members and/or friends.
  6. Encourage/model healthy expression of emotions.
  7. Encourage student involvement with antiviolence programs such as
    • Sexual Assault Awareness Week
    • Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team
    • UO Women’s Center
    • SASS
    • Womenspace
    • UO Men’s Center

Consider your student’s risk for engaging in violence and or self/harm?. Are you concerned about your son or daughter’s reactions to loss, failure or conflict? Have you ever felt frightened by your son or daughter’s anger?  If you are concerned about your son and daughter, ask for help/consultation with a psychologist/therapist in your community.

What can you do if your son or daughter is a recipient of violence or threats of violence. It is important that violence or fears of violence should be reported to university official and/or law enforcement.  If your student is a survivor of violence it would be important for them to seek help. The University Counseling and Testing Center and the Student Health Center can assist survivors in getting the help that they need.

However, in the short term we need your help in identifying students who are at risk for harm to others on oneself. Long term solutions need to focus on programs that promote mental health. How can we impact a socialization process.   How can we raise boys that are less prone to violence. How can we separate masculinity with aggression, violence, alcohol/drug use and independence. We need to teach students to cope with loss, perceived failure and life stresses in non aggressive ways. How can we reduce the notion that How can children learn healthy ways of expressing their emotion. It is unrealistic to think we can help people never feel overwhelmed. However we can encourage people to seek the help and support they need when their coping mechanisms are overtaxed.

Thankfully, the vast majority of students and members of our society behave in healthy and safe ways. The threads of our connections to each other and our society at large and feelings of caring and responsibility to one another can provide  a basis to build greater safety.

Jon Davies is a staff psychologist at the University Counseling & Testing Center. While he is a generalist, he specializes in men’s issues and is the advisor to the UO Men’s Center. He is also a parent of two adult sons.

Mark Evans is a staff psychologist at the University Counseling & Testing Center who has worked with men’s issues for many years. He also directs the Oregon University Suicide Prevention Project.

 

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[校園隱形暴力] 大學教授傳貪污、接受性招待醜聞、  性騷擾學生 、賣學籍削千萬 

以下新聞整理:

身為社會敬重的大學教授 在本該乾淨單純的校園裡伸出魔爪

以其權殘害國家幼苗罪最不可恕

披著羊皮的惡狼其風不可長 

希望有機會看到這篇文章的同學 可以將內容傳給身邊的朋友們

請大家一起杜絕檢舉企圖不良的教授出現在校園!

掃除惡勢力 從校園開始!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!請還給大家一個乾淨單純的學習空間!

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清大教授 被爆性騷女大生2012年06月15日Shame on you!

 

【楊勝裕╱新竹報導】國立清華大學洪姓教授被網友爆料,去年十月清大一名女學生與洪教授在教室討論專題,洪言語輕薄,還張開雙手企圖擁抱女學生,女學生閃避離開教室,事後女學生覺得不舒服,向學校性平會投訴。清大副校長葉銘泉說,性平會報告認定洪師言行失當,洪師已向女生道歉,全案交由教評會審議中。


網友譙:髒到爆

前天台大PTT署名cuteva及Keep silent兩名網友po文「清大又傳教授性騷擾」,痛批洪姓教授對女學生性騷擾。網友還說,清華真的髒到爆了,接二連三發生師生戀,一再的掩飾。教授只會官官相護……。
清大副校長葉銘泉說,校方性平會確於去年十一月收到女大生投訴案,指去年十月女大生及其他同學與洪姓教授討論專題製作,期間其他同學陸續離去,剩女大生及洪師在教室,洪師見女大生一人即言語輕佻,還作勢張開雙手擁抱對方,讓女大生嚇得閃到一旁,並趁機離去。

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教授性騷擾女研究生 清大將懲處

中國時報【陳育賢╱竹市報導】

新竹市清華大學傳出教授性騷擾女研究生!BBS站台大批踢踢實業坊討論區十三日有網友爆料,指清大物理系一名教授,對女學生性騷擾,網友立即群情激憤;校方則表示,該名教授已坦承言行可能令人不舒服,但網路流言太過誇張,校方性平會將在下周做出懲處。

網友爆料指出,清大物理系有教授性騷擾女學生,而且非常嚴重,引起該名女學生情緒上的問題。事件發生後女學生向清大性平會提出救助,沒想到校方與系上皆未能允公處理,不依照教師法加以解聘。且該名教授也不覺有錯,迄今未正式道歉。

清大副校長葉銘泉昨澄清指出,物理系確有言行上性騷擾事件,但絕非網友po文指稱的那麼誇張、嚴重;這名教授除已向校方坦承自己的言行,可能讓女學生不舒服外,也表示不排除對網路PO文者,提出誹謗告訴。

師:內容須查證

事後女大生覺得不舒服,向性平會投訴。今年四月確認女大學生投訴內容屬實,認定老師言行失當,已將結果送交教評會審議。
洪姓教授昨接受訪問則表示:「投書或爆料內容虛虛實實,須仔細查證,請尊重我的隱私,有關事件的內容和進度,請找校方說明。」但昨有網友再po文指稱,因爆料遭清大追查IP被約談,「說我做了損人不利己的事。校方要針對我這些行為作出處置。」葉銘泉澄清,清大沒做這些事。

http://www.appledaily.com.tw/appledaily/article/headline/20120615/34301880/

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襲胸?被指性騷擾女學生 清大教授陳良弼喊冤:只是按摩(2005/05/16 13:00)

記者羅欣怡、孫宗榮/新竹報導


清大教授性騷擾案,被指控的教授陳良弼喊冤,坦承有按摩否認鹹豬手。

國立清華大學校園傳出男教授性騷擾女博士生的事件,資訊工程系教授陳良弼遭指控,2年前在出國參訪時,以紓解壓力為由,在飯店內對一名女博士生伸鹹豬手,觸摸她的胸部和臀部。對此,陳良弼坦承有按摩行為,至於被指控性騷擾,他為自己喊冤。


50歲已婚、育有一子一女的陳良弼教授,被新聞局名列中華民國名人,目前是清大資訊工程系兼任教授、政大資訊科學系講座教授,他會離開清大的專任教職,據了解與涉嫌性騷擾案有關。 一名女博士生指控2年前,即2003年10月中,陳良弼帶著女博士生到美國參加國際研討會,他請這名追隨他2年研究的女博士生到他下榻飯店的房間幫他修電腦。事後根據女博士生向校方的投訴,表示當她坐在桌前椅子上時,陳良弼將手搭在她肩上,示意要幫她解壓,她說雖然當時想推掉,並對陳說:「會不好意思…」但陳良弼並沒有停止動作,雙手順著腋下往下按摩,並碰到胸部、腰部、臀部等。

女博士生表示當時感覺不舒服,修完電腦後就回到自己的房間。7天的會議結束後,兩人更搭乘不同班機回台灣。她指陳良弼事後寫了封「不夠誠懇」的道歉電子郵件給她,更使她感到不快,因此向校方要求主持公道。


針對這項指控,陳良弼大喊冤枉,還曾擔任清大性別歧視及性侵犯防治與處理小組召集人的他,接受記者訪問時表示:「對希望自己是很好的老師的人來說,受到這種指控,多多少少有些失望。」另外,陳良弼的妻子也表示相信先生的為人,她說:「我對我先生的信心,從頭到尾都沒有改變過。」


清大校方經過調查,由於當時並沒有第三人在場,雙方的說詞變成各說各話,陳良弼承認有按摩動作,但否認有不當行為,校方的七人處理小組經過半年調查,將調查報告呈上教育部,教育部則核交清大校方自行懲處,為了避免事態擴大,2004年9月校方與陳教授達成協議,辭去專任教授,只兼任教職,希望這件事到此為止。


陳良弼小檔案:
學歷/美國南加州大學資訊工程博士,1984
現職/政大資計科學系講座教授、清大資訊工程系兼任教授
得獎/

國科會特約研究獎,2002
東華學術獎,2002
國科會傑出研究獎,2000~2001
國科會傑出研究獎,1998~1999

國科會傑出研究獎,1996~1997
中華民國資訊學會最佳博士論文指導獎,2001
中華民國資訊學會最佳博士論文指導獎,2000

中華民國資訊學會最佳博士論文指導獎,1999
國科會大專學生研究創造指導獎,1996
龍騰論文指導獎 (資訊科技博士類),1993

原文網址: NOWnews【拔辣新聞】襲胸?被指性騷擾女學生 清大教授陳良弼喊冤:只是按摩
http://www.nownews.com/2005/05/16/11338-1791211.htm#ixzz2NUJouR55

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洋老師性騷擾 清大︰要求老師停課治療

quote from: 自由時報 電子報 http://www.libertytimes.com.tw/2006/new/dec/27/today-so12.htm

 
清大外文系外籍助理教授遭學生指控性騷擾,他矢口否認。


 

〔記者洪美秀/新竹報導〕清大外籍傅姓助理教授近日又被學生投訴,今年6月初及近期曾對女學生做出肢體及言語騷擾,讓學生感覺受辱;對此清大校方表示,經了解該外籍老師有躁鬱症,將要求停課醫治一年。而最近一件有關性騷擾案件,目前續由校方性別平等委員會調查審理中。

 

校方一直低調處理,但此作法引發部份師生不滿,認為該老師已影響學生權益及情緒,校方應該積極且站在學生立場處理。

 

遭指控的傅姓助理教授否認不當行為,並說,「這些指控對我來說是新鮮事」,他強調很多事在國外不會怎樣,也否認騷擾。

已被學生多次投訴的該名老師,最近又被學生投訴指稱,曾在6月畢業公演排練場合公開對女學生性騷擾,不僅將手搭在女生肩膀,還在耳邊講出「Don’t be
shame」,讓學生感覺受辱。甚至還有學生指控近日曾出現摸女學生屁股,讓學生感覺不舒服,而且學生反映還被惡言相向。

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http://www.tvbs.com.tw/news/news_list.asp?no=yehmin20070401121151
校園醜聞 已婚教授被控性侵學生
台北縣有一所大學爆發性醜聞,一名女學生向校方指控,校內一名已婚男教授,今年1月約她吃晚飯看MTV,但教授卻在包廂內,對她上下其手,性侵得逞,女學生事後蒐證,報警處理,但教授供稱,當時兩情相悅,沒有強迫,否認性侵,案情曝光後,這名教授已經辭職。

爆發性侵害案,這名年輕教授,已經辭職,接受檢警調查,雖然他供稱,雙方你情我願,但女學生反駁。

TVBS記者楊致中:「根據女學生指控,案發當天,教授找她一起吃飯,但兩人到了西門町後,卻先進了MTV。」


女學生向校方指控,教授藉由看電影,在包廂內對她上下其手,甚至要她自己寬衣解帶,電影片長1個多小時,讓她飽受驚嚇,女學生回到宿舍後,哭著跟同學說明整個經過,在蒐集資料和手機簡訊後,向校方舉發。

大學主秘:「這兩位講的,都是有這一個事實,這個事情有發生沒有錯,不過學生是說她有抗拒,老師是說(學生)沒有抗拒。」

校方表示,教授坦承和女學生發生關係,但絕對沒有強迫,由於雙方各說各話,檢調已經介入調查。

 


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學界爆醜聞! 大學教授浮報研究費
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TVBS – 2012年3月27日 上午8:24.. .

學界爆發貪瀆醜聞!台北地檢署接獲檢舉,台灣大學、政治大學還有台師大,有教授疑似浮報研究經費,不法核銷高達430萬元。
 

 

 


檢方兵分28路進行搜索,並且約談40多名教授和助理到案說明,發現這些涉案的人員,主要是理工、醫學和生化等科系,他們在96到100年間,向國科會、農委會、衛生署等單位申請研究計畫經費,再透過廠商開立不實發票核銷經費。
 


每個人詐領的金額從數十萬到數十萬元不等,最高達90萬元,甚至還有教授拿去買3C、電視機等各種商品,涉嫌貪污的教授統計超過20人,北檢複訊之後,已經陸續交保候傳。
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杏壇再傳醜聞/大學5師勾結 賣學籍削千萬
〔記者黃文鍠、黃博郎、蔡文居、林曉雲/綜合報導〕杏壇再傳醜聞!繼檢調單位查獲大學教授假造發票案之後,再傳大學教授利用私校招生不易弱點,成立犯罪集團,以推廣學分班名義到偏鄉招原住民等弱勢學生,再變造為正式學生,詐領上千萬元教育部學費補助款及私校招生獎金!

台首大前助理教授為首 檢警昨傳訊5人到案

台南地檢署查獲,前台灣首府大學助理教授葉義章和興國管理學院等五名老師,涉嫌結合校內教職員,為三、四百名推廣教育學分班學員取得偽造的正式學籍,全案朝詐欺及偽造文書方向偵辦。

葉義章等人將偽製學籍登入台首大、興國管理學院教務系統,並以部分特殊生向教育部申請就學費用減免款項,初步統計藉此牟利超過千萬元。

學員每學年收5萬 沒上課也可畢業

檢警昨將葉某等五人傳訊到案,分別以一百萬元到十萬元不等交保候傳。檢調發現,該集團為順利招生,以不需考試、自由選讀為號召,並強調修業完畢能順利取得學士畢業證書。進修班課程表排定每週六、日上課兩天,但實際僅上課一天,迄今已有三十幾人拿到畢業證書,其中甚至有多人從未上課,他們的學籍可能都被撤銷。

據了解,葉某等人向學員收取每學年五萬元不等的費用,如為專科生就讀兩年約需花費十萬元,高中職生就讀四年約需廿萬元。

集團成員為順利取得軍公教遺屬、現役軍人子女、身心障礙學生及身心障礙人士子女、原住民、低收入戶及中低收入戶、特殊境遇家庭子女等六類特殊生補助款,還特別遠至原住民比較多的台東、屏東等地招生、授課。

不過上課內容、師資均與實際課程、人員大相逕庭,例如英文課變日文課,解剖課變衛教課,也有教師從未上課,鐘點費照收。

檢調還查出,台首大校方發覺招生狀況有異,對葉某提出警告,葉某等人於是在一百年間將八十多名在台首大進修部就讀護理系、休閒學系的學生,在未經轉學考試情況下,轉至興國管理學院就讀資訊管理學系、企業管理系或多媒體設計系。

這些轉系學生未進修該科系之基礎學分,竟也順利取得興國管理學院資訊管理學系畢業證書。

台首大與興國都喊冤 強調個人行為

台首大表示,葉姓助理教授勾結部分教職員涉及不法一案,係部分教職員個人之行為,該校也是受害人,對此深表痛心與遺憾。

台首大強調,目前涉案情節重大之教師已轉任他校,未來仍將主動配合檢調單位調查。至於部分涉案之在職教師,將依涉案情節輕重予以嚴懲,絕不寬貸。

興國管理學院教務長楊曜榮昨天表示,他與校長嚴國慶都是剛接任,該案發生於一百年,當時還未就任,校方目前也在調查了解中。興國也在學校網站發表聲明,強調該校無端捲入此一糾紛,葉姓教師原是台灣首府大學的資深專任教師,本學期才受聘為該校教師,隨即爆發此事件,該校將盡全力配合調查,釐清事實真相。


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南韓演藝界再爆性醜聞 大學教授強迫性感女演員陪酒

影劇中心/綜合報導

日前南韓爆發張紫妍陪睡事件,引發人心惶惶,但隨著事件被草草落幕,近日再次爆出陪酒醜聞,31日晚上播出的KBS電視台新聞節目爆料,南韓前國務總理之子,也是現任首爾大學教授與南韓性感女演員成為了這次醜聞主角。

據KBS電視台報導,南韓某公演企劃公司老闆玉某近日以詐騙、勒索等罪名起訴大學教授,玉某在訴狀中稱,對方當初曾向他承諾利用自己在政界的人脈拉來100億韓元的政府投資,並以此向玉某收取了超過一億韓元的仲介費,但最終卻沒有實現當初的承諾。

此外,玉某還爆料他曾多次讓自己介紹女藝人進行陪酒,並指明要求某性感女演員陪酒,並支付500萬韓元。據悉,這名性感女演員在去年剛剛擔任了一部影片的主演,憑藉性感的外貌在男性粉絲中有極高的人氣。

對於控訴,該教授承認曾與女演員等女藝人一起喝酒,但是他表示每次酒席都是別人安排的,自己當時根本就不知道對方是女演員,而且從來沒有強迫誰陪酒。而隨著該節目播出,在南韓網友中引起很大迴響,並開始人肉搜索這名女演員究竟是誰。


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[台大環工/土木] 大學教授傳貪污、接受性招待醜聞
2009/11/23 23:51:48瀏覽1215|回應0|推薦2 這新聞老翁刻意找了外電報導,讓大家看看他們如何引述台灣報導。
印象中,這案子水果日報介紹圖文並茂,當時沒有"動新聞" ,若現在,這新聞製作成3D動畫,肯定NCC會有意見,嘿。

又是情色場所、又有收賄情節,又都是台大教授!

這不是教壞小孩嗎?

只是老翁很納悶:
為何都是土木工程、環境工程、建築工程、都市計畫啦等科系的白道上新聞?

因為到處要有XX館、XX中心,而台灣公務員從來不敢也不願認真思考如何強化軟體或社會關係,只想用看得見的工程當績效表現。那些審計驗收與採購單位更糟糕,只會看預算項目的數量,不管品質!
最後,最聰明的白道(就是知道這裡頭出現business model)出頭,...,然後....,國立台灣大學等教授(臺大土木系教授郭振泰、臺大環工研究所教授林正芳,臺科大營建系教授黃兆龍、交大交通運輸研究所教授徐淵靜)就上了外電頭條!


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臺灣四名大學教授傳出貪污、接受性招待醜聞
中新網2007年12月13日
  12月13日電 臺灣的大學傳出教授貪污、接受性招待醜聞,包括臺灣大學在內的四名教授在擔任工程評審委員時,涉嫌接受廠商招待喝花酒、境外打球,進而泄漏工程底價、掩護廠商得標,臺北“地檢署”依貪污罪,將四教授連同“營建署”官員提起公訴。

  據香港中通社引述的報道,05年起,臺“行政院”推動“寬頻管道建置案”分五年編列300億元(新臺幣,下同)經費補助全臺各縣市建築全島6000公裏寬頻管道(簡稱M計劃)。檢方追查標案,查出臺大土木系教授郭振泰、臺大環工研究所教授林正芳,臺科大營建係教授黃兆龍、交大交通運輸研究所教授徐淵靜,多次接受業者招待飲宴、酒店續攤,並由郭振泰在酒店當幹部的蔡姓女友找來小姐陪酒,每個小姐陪酒費是1.5萬元,事後卻收費超過11萬元,檢方因此認定酒宴後確有性交易情事,但四名教授全部否認。

  其中郭振泰被控中介教授、包商和官員往來,詐領研究費512萬元,涉貪污部分求處12年、涉嫌詐領研究費的部分求刑2年;前“內政部營建署”公共工程組長張和平被求刑12年。

  調查指出,工程顧問公司為了得標,董事長、副董事長刻意結交張和平及前交通大學運輸研究所長徐淵靜,合組高爾夫球“九○球隊”,常到球場打球、聚餐且買單。同年該公司又覬覦“運動選手訓練中心整建計劃”部分標案,由張透過郭邀約此案的評選委員在餐廳招女子陪侍飲宴,並接受昭淩饋贈的禮物。

  06年3月1日,該公司招待張、郭、徐、林、黃到溫泉飯店飲宴,其間透過郭振泰在酒店上班的女友“小晴”安排五名女子陪侍。由于蔡咏晴應訊時坦承,每個小姐陪酒費是1.5萬元,事後卻收費超過11萬元,檢方因此認定酒宴後,這些教授被招待性交易。


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真理再爆醜聞 院長帶隊上摸摸茶
 
真理大學爆發教授性侵學生的醜聞之後,現在連院長也扯入這起風波,原來爆發性侵事件當天晚上,真理大學運動知識學院院長呂銀益,帶著包括他在內的9名師長,以及2名受害女學生在內的3名女性,到淡水鎮的摸摸茶玩樂,學生痛批為人師表,竟然去摸摸茶,太誇張!
 
 
 
院長帶頭上茶室 真理學生批:不配為人師表
 
真理大學運動知識學院院長呂銀益,就是當初帶著2名被害女學生報案的老師,當時他還講的正義凜然,強調不放過犯罪的人,沒想到自己卻帶著師生上茶店。呂銀益今(29)日沒有到學校上課,學生們的反應都說,真的太誇張了。
 
聽到學校又爆發醜聞,運動知識學院的學生臉都綠了,看到記者掉頭就走。其他學院的學生則是很無奈,痛批這些老師根本是不配為人師表。
 
呂銀益連續2天沒有到學校上課,明顯在避風頭,出外研習卻帶著系主任和女學生一起上茶室,對照他在性侵害案發後講的話,真的是很諷刺。
 
老師不像老師,好的不教,還帶學生出入不正當場所,最無奈也最生氣的就是這群無辜的真理大學學生。
 
 
 
學院長帶師生上茶室 校方撤除行政職
 

真理大學校園醜聞又爆新案情,警方偵查發現,當晚運動知識學院院長呂銀益,在慶功餐聚後,還帶著9名男老師及3名女學生上茶室喝酒,之後就爆發2名涉案系主任涉嫌將酒醉的女學生帶回校本部師長寢室性侵。真理大學立即決定撤除呂銀益的行政職務。
 
還原案發當時,23日結束校內舉辦的論壇活動後,院長呂銀益帶著9名男老師及3名女學生,前往淡水北宜路的海產店餐敘慶功,接著師生們分坐計程車從後門進入茶室消費,幾杯黃湯下肚,2名涉案系主任涉嫌將2名酒醉女學生帶回校內幽默樓師長寢室性侵。
 
呂銀益慶功宴後帶師生來消費的茶室,位於淡水中山路,沒有醒目的招牌,要熟人帶路才有辦法進去消費。鄰居表示,呂銀益有個朋友就開茶室,讓人懷疑院長是否透過這名男子帶學生進入茶室消費。
 
這家茶室開業10多年,在淡水相當有名,這家茶室以輪流為男客服務為號召攬客,受到警方高度關注,雖然師生當天並沒有叫小姐陪酒,但老師帶學生上茶室的舉動已經引起爭議。
 
真理大學水上運動學系系主任黃坤得、澎湖科大海洋運動學系系主任吳政隆,2人涉嫌酒後強行猥褻2名女大學生,震撼杏壇,醜聞爆發後,運動知識學院院長呂銀益於27日晚間以監督不周、影響學校形象為由,向該校校長葉能哲請辭院長。
 
系主任性侵案 傳摸摸茶續攤
 

爆發2名系主任涉嫌性侵害女大學生的真理大學,又傳出案發當天,曾經由運動知識學院院長呂銀益和9名師長,帶著包括受害人在內的3名女學生,到淡水的摸摸茶室續攤,這一起校園性醜聞再爆內幕,真理大學也決定將呂銀益院長革職。3名女大學生就是被系主任和運動知識學院院長呂銀億帶到淡水中山路129巷這一條人稱「竹篙厝」這名的茶室街,在這一間沒有招牌非常隱密的茶室續攤,消息傳出警方也來關切。
 
大學院長和系主任帶女學生上茶室,還是教育史上難得一見的難堪例子,加上之前性侵害案件消息傳回真理大學,學生都覺得很丟臉。
 
雖然都是台南麻豆校區的老師出狀況,但接二連三傳出性醜聞,這一次更扯上位階更高的院長,真理大學也決定將帶女學生上茶室的呂銀益革職,希望能平息風波。

 

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quote from: http://education-portal.com/articles/How_to_Address_Sexual_Harassment_on_Campus.html

Sexual Harassment on Campus: What Are Students' Rights?

 

Sexual harassment is widespread on American college campuses. According to the American Association of University Women (AAUW), three out of five postsecondary students (women and men) report having experienced sexual harassment at their school. Learn more about sexual harassment - and what to do when it happens.

By Douglas Fehlen

A Widespread Problem with Severe Consequences

Despite ongoing public campaigns designed to prevent sexual harassment, this destructive behavior is widespread in the U.S. Sexual harassment is particularly rampant on college campuses, where 62% of female students and 61% of male students report having been victims of this form of mistreatment. It's important to note that while women and men both experience sexual harassment in high numbers, research from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) reveals that female students are 'disproportionately negatively affected.'

Far from being harmless 'flirting' or 'joking around,' sexual harassment can have deep and long lasting effects on those who experience it. People who have been harassed report feeling upset, self-conscious, embarrassed, angry and afraid. Many college students who are sexually harassed avoid classes or change their routines to escape mistreatment. Experts also believe that harassment contributes to an environment of sexual violence on campus. For these and other important reasons, sexual harassment is prohibited under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

What Is Sexual Harassment?

Sexual harassment consists of any unwanted verbal, nonverbal or physical attention or contact that is sexual in nature. Victims may be subjected to comments about their physical appearance, sex-based jokes, gender-specific put-downs or other hurtful language meant to demean, intimidate or threaten. Spreading rumors about a person's appearance or sexual activity can also constitute harassment, as can texting or emailing pictures of an individual. Nonverbal instances of harassment may include staring at someone suggestively, showing a person sexual images or engaging in other behavior intended to make someone feel uncomfortable. Physical manifestations of sexual harassment include hugging, patting or other bodily touching. Following someone or otherwise invading her or his personal space can also constitute harassment.

Sexual harassing behaviors can occur in a variety of contexts. Harassment can occur between strangers or people who know one another very well, including couples or friends. The harasser and victim can be of any gender, and they need not be of the opposite sex. Also, the person who is the victim of the abuse doesn't need to be the target of harassment - he or she need only be affected by it. Individuals involved can be peers, or a power dynamic may be in play. For instance, in the college setting a faculty member might behave suggestively toward a student - with or without the prospect of the student gaining anything from any proposed sexual exchange. When it comes to identifying sexual harassment, a good rule of thumb is to trust your instincts.

Responding to Sexual Harassment

Understand your rights. Know first and foremost that sexual harassment is wrong and against the law. You have a right to legal protections against mistreatment, and under no circumstance should it be allowed to continue.

Tell the harasser to stop. Act immediately to let a person know that his or her behavior is making you uncomfortable. Don't wait or the behavior may escalate. Say in a very clear way that you want the harassment to stop immediately.

Document the abuse. Write down what happened, when it occurred and the names of anyone who witnessed the harassment. If you are mistreated on separate occasions, record every instance. Document abuse as quickly as possible so details remain fresh in your mind.

Tell someone. It's important to tell at least one other person about the harassment. Bringing up the incident with a trusted friend can be a comfortable forum in which to discuss what's happened - and what you're going to do about it. Anyone you talk with can be a strong source of support as you move forward.

Weigh your options. As you talk with someone about the harassment, think about how you're most comfortable addressing it. It's a good idea to consult your school's sexual harassment guidelines - typically available online - at this time. You may wish to also explore any counseling opportunities your college provides for victims of harassment.

Consider confronting the harasser via a letter. One way that victims of sexual harassment have responded to mistreatment is to write a letter to a harasser. In this letter, include a factual summary of what happened, how you felt and a straightforward request that the behavior never occur again. Keep a copy for your records; it can prove a powerful piece of evidence if you must ultimately involve authorities.

Consider reporting the harassment to a college official. Never hesitate to contact a member of your school's faculty or administration about sexual harassment. Institutions are bound by law to provide an educational environment free of harassment. Officials are legally required to follow up on your report.

File a compliant with the Office of Civil Rights. If you feel an institution is not addressing sexual harassment in a satisfactory way, you can file a complaint of discrimination with the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights. Complaints of harassment should be filed within 180 days of an incident.

Take legal action. If no action motivates your college to adequately address sexual harassment you've experienced, or if you believe a school enables a culture of harassment, you can sue the institution. Sometimes just the threat of legal action can compel schools to act more rigorously to redress past or continuing sexual harassment.

Remember that you're in the right. It's important to never blame yourself for incidents of sexual harassment that have occurred. You haven't done anything to bring on or deserve the mistreatment. The law is designed to protect you from harassment - anything less than full protection is not acceptable. As you pursue your options following sexual harassment, stay firm in your conviction that you and other students at your school deserve to be respected and safe.

Moving onto campus for the first time? Get 10 tips for making the most of your campus experience.

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What is sexual harassment on campus?

quote from: http://oerc.sdsu.edu/sexharas-stu.html

Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that is prohibited under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. This federal legislation holds that no person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. Under Title IX, it is unlawful to engage in sexually harassing conduct toward a student.

Title IX prohibits the two generally recognized forms of sexual harassment: quid pro quo and hostile environment.

"Quid pro quo" sexual harassment occurs when a student must submit to unwelcome sexual conduct in exchange for receiving a grade or similar opportunity in the academic environment.

"Hostile environment" sexual harassment entails unwelcome sexual conduct that unreasonably interferes with a student's work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive academic setting.

Under the California State University policy, no employee, student or campus visitor may:

  • make unwelcome sexual advances to a student.
  • make unwelcome requests for sexual favors, regardless of whether or not such requests are accompanied by promises or threats to the academic relationship.
  • engage in verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature with a student that may threaten or insinuate that the student's submission to, or rejection of, sexual advances will influence the student's grades, participation in or access to academic programs, class standing or other educational opportunities.
  • engage in conduct of a sexual nature that has the purpose or effect of substantially interfering with a student's ability to learn or participate in a class, or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive academic environment.
  • commit any act of sexual assault or public sexual indecency against a student, or continue to express sexual interest in a student after being informed that the interest is unwelcome.

A variety of behaviors might constitute sexual harassment as prohibited under Title IX. Sexually degrading words to describe a student, sexually aggressive language or jokes, or commentary about a student's body or appearance; all might be considered sexual harassment on campus.

Why is it important to know about sexual harassment on campus?

Federal and state courts have determined that an institution of higher learning may be liable for monetary damages to a student who is the victim of sexual harassment by the institution's employee. Under Title IX, however, an institution may also be responsible for the conduct of more than just its employees.

The law requires that students comply with the institution's policies against sexual harassment. These policies prohibit sexual harassment by students against other students, as well as sexual harassment by students against employees of San Diego State University.

A student who violates SDSU's sexual harassment policy may be suspended or expelled. An employee who violates the policy is subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment.

What can a victim of sexual harassment do?

A student who experiences sexual harassment should report that conduct as soon as possible following the most recent occurrence to the responsible academic or administrative official, or to the Office of Employee Relations and Compliance.

The student may first attempt to resolve the problem informally, through discussions with the alleged offender. A victim of sexual harassment is encouraged (but not required) to inform perceived offenders of SDSU's policy against sexual harassment and that the conduct is offensive and unwelcome.

Finally, a student may report the conduct to an appropriate governmental agency such as the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights. The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights also produced a brochure titled Sexual Harassment - It's Not Academic.

How a complaint of sexual harassment is treated.

Upon learning of allegations of sexual harassment from the alleged victim, deans, directors, department chairs, and other officers of the university shall report the allegations to the Office of Employee Relations and Compliance within five working days.  (A supervisor, manager, administrator, or faculty member who disregards or fails to report allegations of sexual harassment by a student is in violation of SDSU policy.)

A student, staff, or faculty member who believes that he or she has been sexually harassed may initiate a complaint with the Office of Employee Relations and Compliance or the designated office in the appropriate auxiliary. The Office of Employee Relations and Compliance or the auxiliary shall investigate complaints of sexual harassment and coordinate a formal investigation, a mediated intervention, or a formal mediation.

A formal investigation shall be initiated by the complainant filing and submitting a Formal Complaint Form with the Office of Employee Relations and Compliance or by lodging a complaint with the appropriate auxiliary office. The procedures and time schedule for a formal investigation shall be available from the investigating office.

Mediated interventions shall include but not be limited to steps to stop the harassing behavior or to remove the complainant or alleged harasser from the harassing environment.

At any time from the initiation of a complaint to the conclusion of the campus investigation, either party or the university may suggest a confidential, nonbinding formal mediation of the dispute. Both parties and the university shall agree to any formal mediation and any resolution that arises therefrom.

Without filing a formal complaint, a student, faculty member, or staff member may discuss with staff in the Office of Employee Relations and Compliance behaviors that could be sexual harassment. If a described behavior fits the definition of sexually harassing behavior, some intervention may be required.

The university shall ensure that formal procedures appropriate to university complaints are followed. These procedures shall be governed by law, labor agreements, and university policy.

 

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婚外情、性騷擾 交大教授洪錫源解聘定讞

quot from : 自由時報電子報http://www.libertytimes.com.tw/2012/new/jun/1/today-so10.htm

 

〔記者楊國文/台北報導〕前交通大學機械工程系教授洪錫源與女助理上床,又性騷擾另一名女助理,被校方以「有損師道」解聘,洪不服指稱「私領域的感情生活不影響教學」,還打行政訴訟;最高行政法院昨判他敗訴定讞。

 

洪錫源敗訴

 

最高行政法院認為,大學教授應有高道德標準,否則即使專業領域傑出,也難以讓學生尊敬,洪某已違反「自尊尊人」的要求,認定解聘有理,判他敗訴定讞。

 

洪錫源有美國名校博士學位,曾任美國哥倫比亞大學教授、貝爾實驗室研究員,頗具學術地位。

 

95年間,洪錫源出任交通大學和高科技公司一項研究計畫的實驗室主持人,但洪被檢舉,利用該實驗室招聘「小青」、「小玲」(均為化名)等助理的機會,和小青發生婚外情,並對小玲性騷擾;此事經交大調查認定屬實,報請教育部核准後,98年間將他解聘。

 

法官:有損師道

 

洪錫源未否認和小青通姦,但他辯稱,這是他「教學以外私領域的感情生活」,即使有婚外情等欠失慮之處,也不影響教學工作,不能以此剝奪他擔任教授的工作權。洪錫源否認有性騷擾小玲的行為。

 

洪妻當初是從丈夫手機簡訊中,發現洪和小青間充滿情愛的露骨對話,認定兩人有婚外情,兩人並相偕到新北市烏來某溫泉會館通姦,洪妻憤而控告小青,求償100萬元;小青則到警局控告洪涉嫌性侵她。

 

一審法院民事庭認為,小青和洪發生通姦行為,對全職家庭主婦的洪妻,已造成身心重大損害,判小青應支付50萬元精神慰撫金。

 

最高行政法院審理認定,洪錫源涉通姦、性騷擾行為明確,洪身為大學教授,不僅有傳授學業責任,品德、言行也應廉潔自持,加上洪有家室,卻發生婚外情、性騷擾行為,已違反一般人對大學教授應具有高道德標準的期待。

 

合議庭認為,洪行為不檢已有損師道,情節重大,即使他在專業領域有傑出表現和不凡成績,亦難讓學生對他產生敬意,認定交大解聘有理,昨判洪敗訴定讞。

 

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高醫大教授 性騷擾女博士生
quote from 自由時報: http://www.libertytimes.com.tw/2010/new/mar/19/today-so4.htm

〔記者楊菁菁/高雄報導〕高醫大學爆發教授性騷擾女博士生醜聞!校方昨召開最後一次性別平等委員會,校內外委員十多名,從下午4時討論到晚上7時,最後確定該性騷擾案成立,決議這名教授需接受法治教育與心理輔導。

 

至於,校方對於該教授是否還有其他行政懲處?校方態度低調,多次不願承認有此案;高醫大學副校長鐘育志、主任秘書莊弘毅的說法一律是「不清楚」、「不知道」低調表示校方會依照教育部規定處理。

 

性騷擾 不是第一次

 

經調查,這名教授有其他兄弟在高醫行醫多年,擔任重要職務,因此校方在處理時格外謹慎;但教授3年前也差點因對女學生言語輕佻、觸摸身體而遭投訴,但後來不了了之。

 

此次則是今年2月份,當事女學生向校方投訴,啟動校內性平會機制,案情是教授在兩人行走時,輕佻地牽著女生手,還笑說「這樣像不像是男女朋友?」女生當下心裡相當不舒服,但礙於師生及指導教授關係,只能苦笑!

 

接下來一次更誇張,學校拍攝團體照時,教授就站在當事女生旁,故意將手圍繞在女生肩膀上,後來竟然順勢從背部滑到臀部停留,女生當下扭動身體瞪了教授。後來,女學生與男友商量結果,決定依照性別平等法向校方申訴。

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quote from: http://big5.huaxia.com/20031008/00129491.html

台北輔仁大學近30名學生指控一大學教授性騷擾
 

10/08/2003/14:16
華夏經緯網

華夏經緯網108日訊:據台灣媒體報道,台北輔仁大學近30名學生聯合指控校內一名副教授性騷擾。輔仁大學性騷擾案一曝光,島內大學教授的言行尺度再度成為台灣社會爭議的焦點。

  據報道,今年44歲、在輔大藝術學院景觀設計係任教近14年的陳文錦副教授,是出了名的“怪老師”,高年級的同學每年總是“諄諄告誡”大學新生,小心不要被偷吃“豆腐”。

  該係學會幹部賴映如表示,這名教授教的是工程設計方面的課程,“所以經常籍口指導製圖,觸碰學生胸部,眼睛也會盯著女生胸部。”

  賴映如說,該教授甚至還會動手拉彈女學生胸罩肩帶,摸女學生大腿、臂膀,或是任意替女學生取一些肉麻的綽號。

  對於學生的指控,陳文錦昨日下午出面反駁。他說: “我行事公開,就算學生到研究室來,裏面的狀況,外人可以從走道玻璃看得一清二楚,怎麼可能對學生性騷擾。”

  基於台灣的大學法規限制,這名涉嫌向女學生“伸出狼爪”的教授,目前仍然沒有受到校方處分。

  據悉,台灣地區各大學教授近來由於言行舉止所引發的風波接連不斷。

 

 

Sexual Harassment

the following ~quote from: http://hiddenmarks.org.uk/2010/support/sexual-harassment/

If you have been subjected to sexual harassment, remember:

You are not alone. The NUS Hidden Marks survey revealed that 65% of the women students that responded had experienced one or more forms of verbal harassment on campus while a student at their current institution and 34% had experienced one or more of forms of physical harassment.

It is not your fault. No woman deserves to be sexually harassed no matter where she was, what she was doing, what she was wearing or what she was saying.

There is support available. This website contains information about sexual harassment support resources and your student union will also be able to help you and point you towards any local support services.

If you have been/ are being sexually harassed by someone you know intimately, see the domestic violence section.


What is sexual harassment?

There is no strict definition of the term sexual harassment, but it is commonly understood to describe unwelcome behaviour of a sexual nature. The behaviours described below are all examples of sexual harassment (please note this is not a comprehensive list and other behaviours may also count as sexual harassment).

  • Someone making sexual comments that made you feel uncomfortable (including verbally, over the Internet or via text message)
  • Someone wolf whistling, catcalling or making sexual noises at you
  • Someone asking you questions about your sex or romantic life when it was clearly none of their business
  • Someone asking you questions about your sexuality when it was clearly none of their business
  • Someone exposing their sexual organs to you when you did not agree
  • Someone groping, pinching or smacking your bottom when you did not agree to them doing so
  • Someone groping, pinching or touching your breasts when you did not agree to them doing so
  • Someone lifting up your skirt in public without them agreeing

The first four categories may be understood as ‘verbal harassment’, and the second four as ‘physical/non-verbal harassment’.

‘Almost every time me and my friends go out to a club you can guarantee that one of us will have some kind of violence or unwanted attention forced on us by drunk men.  Normally they will just rub themselves up against you or make sexual comments, but there have been more serious incidents.  Once one of my friends was dancing and a man just came up behind her and grabbed her crotch.  She was obviously really upset and we left.  Another time a man called another of my friends a slag and threatened to spit on her because she accidentally bumped into him and his drink spilt.’

– Hidden Marks survey respondent

‘I was followed and harassed by a male international student after a student society event… he followed me to the bus stop, and then tried to get me to go home with him, persisting even after I told him I was in a relationship.  Without my consent he tried to kiss me.  I didn’t kick up a fuss because he was a big guy, and I was alone, so I tried to keep things calm despite his persistent and unwanted verbal and physical advances.  Basically, I was too frightened that he would become violent to assert myself properly.’

– Hidden Marks survey respondent

Where can I find more information about sexual harassment?
I would like to speak to someone about sexual harassment.
I want to contact a support service that deals with sexual harassment.
Can my student union help me?
How can I access free legal advice?
I would like to discuss my experiences of sexual harassment with other victims.
I am thinking about reporting sexual harassment.
How common is sexual harassment among women students?

Where can I find more information about sexual harassment?

Sexual Harassment Support

Sexual Harassment Support is a US-based online support community for anyone who has experienced sexual harassment. Their website has information on topics such as sexual harassment in education; why sexual harassment is difficult to confront; effects of sexual harassment; what to do if you are being sexually harassed.

About Equal Opportunities

This website has a section on tackling sexual harassment, including information about sexual harassment and the law.

Safe Workers

This website has a section on sexual harassment, including information about what constitutes sexual harassment and what to do about sexual harassment.

Sexual Harassment in the Work Place (2007)

The Equal Opportunities Commission have conducted a literature review on sexual harassment in the work place, offering a detailed discussion of this phenomenon, with which links to student experiences of sexual harassment can be drawn.

One Step Too Far

The One Step Too Far initiative is part of the Welsh Assembly Government’s “The Right to be Safe”, a 6 year integrated strategy for tackling all forms of violence against women, and particularly behaviour such as sexual harassment which is not always thought of as violence. It asks individuals to re-assess the impacts of their own behaviour and that of their peers. The absolute cut-off between harmless and abusive is subject to debate, and depends on the context and on the individuals concerned. One thing is not open for debate however, and that is that any behaviour that degrades, humiliates or frightens a woman is unacceptable. The One Step Too Far video clearly communicates this message:

‘I have been followed around in one of my campus bars even though I told the guy I was uninterested… he finally stopped when he forced a kiss on me (with tongue) when I was coming out of the bathroom which my friend witnessed and yelled at him for.’

– Hidden Marks survey respondent

I would like to speak to someone about sexual harassment.

Rights of Women

For free, confidential, legal advice on harassment contact Rights of Women women lawyers on 020 7251 6577 (020 7490 2562 textphone). Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday 2–4pm and 7–9pm. Also open Friday, 12–2pm.

Rape Crisis

Phone the National Freephone helpline for female and male survivors of rape and sexual violence (including sexual harassment) as well as partners, friends and family– 0808 802 9999 (open every day of the year, 12-2.30pm and 7 to 9.30pm) providing:

  • Emotional support;
  • Practical information;
  • information for family, friends and partners of survivors;
  • Regional and national information resource;
  • Signposting to other agencies in the UK.

The Freephone number ensures complete confidentiality as the number will not appear on your bill.

I want to contact a support service that deals with sexual harassment.

Rape Crisis

Rape Crisis (England and Wales) provides co-ordination for the national network of Rape Crisis Centres across England and Wales.

Rape Crisis Centres are frontline services providing crucial support and independent advocacy for all women and girls of all ages who have experienced any form of sexual violence. Rape Crisis centres aim to offer specialist support, advocacy, counselling and information to women and girls, free of charge and in confidence, in a safe and non-threatening environment. To find a centre near you, click here.

I would like to discuss my experiences of sexual harassment with other victims.

The Sexual Harassment Support Forum

The Sexual Harassment Support Forum (SHSF) is a US-based online, peer-to-peer support group and discussion board for people who have been sexually harassed or stalked in any kind of setting.  The forum strives to provide a safe, non-judgemental environment for support and understanding in discussions on the problem of sexual harassment, the surrounding dynamics, and the common effects.

Can my students’ union help me?

Yes. Your students’ union is designed to be your first port-of-call for resolving any problems you experience as a student and will be able to help you find the support you need. If your institution has a Student Advice Service, they will be able to direct you to the most relevant person or service. Alternatively contact the Welfare Officer, Women’s Officer or President of your Students’ Union. If the person sexually harassing you is a student, you can report them to your student union who will be able to support you and subject him to the relevant disciplinary procedures.

I am thinking about reporting sexual harassment.

Visit the Rights & Reporting page for more information about reporting sexual harassment.

How common is sexual harassment among women students?

Verbal harassment on campus

The NUS Hidden Marks survey found that 65% of the women students that responded had experienced one or more forms of verbal harassment on campus while a student at their current institution, with a total of 3833 incidents being reported by 1210 respondents in this category. This behaviour was most likely to happen in and around college or university buildings (53 % of total reported incidents). The most common behaviours reported were making sexual comments and sexual noises that made the respondent feel uncomfortable.  43% of respondents reported being on the receiving end of wolf-whistling, catcalling or someone making noises with a sexual overtone in and around their university or college buildings.

‘I have been present where male students have discussed other female students – and women in general – in sexual and quite aggressively negative ways; when myself or others have expressed discomfort, we have been mocked and ostracised from that social group (not necessarily a bad thing to know who the idiots are, but it is difficult to have a working relationship with someone who you know regards all women as inferior, or as sexual objects).’ – Hidden Marks survey respondent

Physical harassment on campus

With regard to physical harassment, 34 % of respondents of the Hidden Marks survey said they had experienced one or more of forms of physical harassment during their time as a student. Students were most likely to report that they have had their bottom groped, pinched or smacked in a students’ union or at a union event (19%) with 14 per cent reporting this happening in and around their institution.  6 per cent stated that their breasts have been touched without their consent in a students’ union, and a further 5 per cent reported this happening to them in their institution.  6 per cent have been ‘flashed’ at in and around their institutional buildings. The Hidden Marks survey also asked students whether they had been subject to unwanted sexual contact (unwanted kissing, molesting or touching including through clothes) whilst they have been a student, but not necessarily on campus. 16 per cent of respondents said that this had happened to them during the course of their student experience so far.

‘I was approached by a group of male students as I was walking out of my halls of residence and they were all shouting sexual things at me and then one of them approached me, grabbed me around the waist and then started to touch my breasts and bottom.  He was saying things like ‘you know you want this’ and ‘you know you’re up for this’.’

– Hidden Marks survey respondent

‘I have been repeatedly groped/smacked on my bottom on several occasions whilst in student clubs and bars, and when I have confronted the men they have either seemed shocked/embarrassed that I didn’t like receiving this kind of attention or have found it funny that I have been unhappy.’

– Hidden Marks survey respondent

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從「性騷擾案、強暴案」談起 校長陳瓊

 

    最近有二件喧騰一時,引人側目的社會新聞,一是國立台灣師範大學
國文系教授涉嫌強暴女學生,二是中正大學歷史研究所教授性騷擾女學生
。二個案件,反反覆覆,尤其是前者,又夾纏了師生戀,調查結果令人更
加撲朔迷離。大學教授學問、道德、修養,在中國人傳統觀念都是「仰之
彌高」的,見到「教授」莫不肅然起敬。如今接連二三出了狀況,而且案
情相當嚴重,大眾驚訝之餘,許多意見紛紛出籠,諸如:女生應如何自保
,學會如何說「不」。男老師應遵守什麼樣的分際以求自清。如何建立兩
性平等的觀念等等。
    其實,在中小學裡,像這一類的性騷擾、強暴或師生戀案件也不是沒
有發生過,少女情懷總是詩,遇到英俊老師總有幾分好感,如果老師性情
好、學識又佳,那麼受到女學生仰慕,成為女生心目中的白馬王子,是理
所當然的事。同理,男學生一旦進入青春期,對美麗、溫柔可親的女老師
產生孺慕之也是正常現象。只是一般的「師生戀」或強暴案,男老師與女
學生的組合佔了絕大多數,女老師和男學生的組合少之又少。這種數量上
的差異,牽涉到許多因素,層面相當廣,值得研究。由於並非本文主題,
留待他文再加以討論,就以師大和中正大學兩案來看,就可輕易的發現,
受害人都是女生(而且不只一個)施暴人都是男性,我們可以大膽的認為
,女性在這個社會上仍然是「弱者」。不能不自立自強,學習保護自已。
撇開發生在校園中的這種「不倫」之戀,事實上強暴案、性騷擾案在我們
這社會幾乎天天發生的,女性輕則是受辱,重則兼之身體受傷、喪命,而
大多數的事件也因受害人名節因素都被隱藏、掩飾了,報警告官者,依據
專家估測僅佔十分之一、二而已。如果說:「色狼成群」,絕不過份。女
孩子不可不察。
    在中學裡,由於學生年齡未達法定之行為自主、師生戀即使純潔,但
是身為男主角的老師仍是會受到嚴重譴責的。女孩子應該了解自己,社會
經驗、人生經驗不足,感情不穩定,需要理性的給自己保留一片空間及機
會,到心智成熟時,再作選擇。女作家瓊瑤三十年前的成名作 -- 窗外,
就是描寫師生戀的,值得一看。至於等而下之的男老師騷擾或強暴女學生
以及一般社會上發生的強暴事件,和師生戀又不相同了,因為已脫離了感
情」的範疇,而是利用權威,或暴力,迫使女性作不願作的事,在本質上
是一種「佔便宜」、「奪取」的邪惡暴力行為,對女性身心造成莫大的傷
害。女孩子不論在日常生活中或校園中,都要學會辨識危險,保護自己,
一旦有男性讓妳覺得不安,感到心慌,最好的策略就是脫離現場,立刻跑
掉,不要落單,走小徑,走夜路;陌生人的搭訕,要提高警覺,保持足夠
的距離,如果對方問話內容不合理或提出不合理要求,立刻跑開。外出行
程應向家人說明交待,都是一些基本的防範之道,一旦免不了受騷擾或受
辱,應立刻告訴父母或導師或訓導處,輔導室處理。
    到目前為止,我們仍無法提供一個無傷害的環境,每個女孩子要健康
安全的長大成人,都是相當辛苦的,父母尤其操心最多,我們在此類事件
層出不窮之際,大力的提醒,女同學注意防範,更呼籲家長們仍平日不要
疏忽教導女孩子應對進退之道,並注意家中往來之男性的行為,因為依據
警方的統計資料顯示,有十分之六、七的強暴案是熟人所為,而受害女性
,大多數在廿五歲以下,為人父母者,不能不慎。
    對於兩案件的受害人,我們寄予最深的同情和關懷,對於施暴者,我
們除了不齒他們的下流行為,也深感現行的法律不夠完備,未能發揮制裁
惡人的功能,表示強烈不滿。針對這一點我們仍要呼籲從事教育工作的同
仁及廣大的社會人士,認識此點,並且願意努力改變這種不當的制度,讓
施暴的人受到應有的懲罰,並使我們的社會更安全,更無恐懼。

 

 

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大學教授涉長期性騷擾女生

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大學生阿玲被論文教授長期性騷擾,但害怕影響學業成績一直啞忍,畢業後向校方投訴最終校方還她一個公道。不料教授花錢大玩法律程序,成功推翻裁決

逍遙法外的教授後來升職加薪,更獲「優秀教學獎」。關注大學性騷擾問題的團體批評,很多大學為保校譽,往往不會認真對待性騷擾投訴;即使願意調查,很多受害人仍要面對漫長的聆訊程序。

 

理工大學昨日舉行「當大學遇上性騷擾」論壇,教育學院數社科技學系副教授陳潔華講述了一些極端的大學性騷擾個案。

阿玲被大學論文教授性騷擾後一直啞忍,因為害怕影響學業成績,阿玲畢業後才敢向校方投訴,個案輾轉交由校董組成的道德及紀律委員會調查。教授聘請了五名律師為自己辯護,律師在聆訊中不斷作出假設,如阿玲喜歡涉案教授;阿玲因情傷而誣衊教授等。阿玲因為沒有財力聘請律師,一直處於捱打狀態。

 

疑學校為聲譽未徹查

 

雖然委員會裁定投訴成立,教授確實有性騷擾阿玲。不過,教授的律師團隊指委員會成員聆訊時講電話、瞌眼瞓、出出入入,質疑聆訊公正性,結果最後推翻裁決。阿玲認為調查已擾攘一年,心力交瘁,於是放棄上訴。另一受害人蘭子在大學工作,她曾向大學及警方投訴上司性騷擾,最後同樣因證據不足而無法討回公道。蘭子要求索取校方的調查報告,但校方以保護私隱為由,表示已銷毀報告。蘭子對當事人也沒法索閱調查報告感到荒謬,她質疑校方為了保護學校名聲,沒有認真調查。雖然大學處理性騷擾調查過程冗長,但出席論壇的新婦女協進會主席蔡泳詩說:「學校調查已經對事主最慳時間,因為平機會要用文字書寫記錄。」香港教育學院性別關注小組成員莊耀洸則說:「大學有程序(處理性騷擾)唔等於搞得掂,好多(事主)都要毅力,否則不了了之。」很多性騷擾個案不為人知,莊耀洸建議各間大學,進行校園性騷擾數字的調查,並定期公開查詢和投訴的數字。

 

蘋果日報 2009-06-20

 

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September 21, 2010

對女學生性騷擾 前政大助理教授爭復職敗訴



資料來源:今日新聞網 http://www.nownews.com/2010/09/02/138-2642462.htm 2010/09/02


前政治大學德籍賴姓助理教授被控對女學生性騷擾,校方調查認為他不當碰觸、追求、親吻女學生,予已解聘,他不服提出行政訴訟,台北高等行政法院審理後判決賴敗訴,全案仍可上訴。


賴姓助理教授為柬埔寨裔德國人,自96年起受聘擔任政大外語學院歐語文學課程助理教授,連續2年被多名女學生指控性騷擾,包括言語不當且詢問女學生私事、刻意碰觸女學生身體、表明想追求女學生、以德文書寫想要親吻女學生、成績不公等不當行為,除提出性騷擾申訴外,還連署檢舉函要求政大校方處理。


政大召開校評會,以有損師道、行為不檢將他解聘;賴則辯稱,校方調查時無法充分說明,訴請撤銷解聘處分,處分違法,因此提出行政訴訟。


台北高等行政法院認為,校方調查時有替他安排翻譯,讓他充分回答,認定賴涉性騷擾事實甚為明確,且屬累犯,解聘處分並無不妥。

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清大教授性騷擾女研究生 調查中


【大紀元12月7日報導】(據中廣新聞報導)國立清華大學傳出名教授性騷擾女研究生案件,被指控的許姓教授以全案在調查階段為由,拒絕發表任何意見。案發後,許姓教授已申請退休,但校方以調查未告一段落,暫時將許姓教授的退休案予以擱置。
(彭清仁報導)

在清大任教超過卅年的許姓教授,曾擔任清大多項重要職務,並且是國內生化物理的權威,但遭清大一名女研究生指控,在今年5月底酒後在實驗室內對女學生性騷擾,還好女學生大聲呼救,學長及時趕抵才化解性騷擾事件,而當事人事後也向校方」兩性平等及性騷擾委員會」,以及同樣在清大任教職的張姓市議員求助,希望揭發事實真象,而事件爆發後,許姓教授以「健康不佳」等因素,除了請辭清大重要職務之外,也向校方提出退休的申請,不過清大認為事件還在調查階段,已暫時將許姓教授的退休案予以擱置,而清大經過三個月的調查,也證實這起性騷擾事件的始末,儘管許姓教授強調當時因為酒醉,根本不知道事件發生的始末,而女研究生要求許姓教授要公開道歉,不過這項要求並未被接受,清大校方也將召開會議,決定是否核定許姓教授的退休案,另外,這起性騷擾案件如果完全屬實,老教授甚至還有可能吃上妨害性自主罪嫌的官司

 

12/7/2005 12:00:28 PM

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感謝那個性騷擾學生的男教授:我的性別意識成長歷程與實踐
作者:蕭昭君

主編:蘇芊玲、蕭昭君
女書文化出版 性別教育系8
http://www.tgeea.org.tw/04publication/f0401.htm

 


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性騷擾案例:老師也會犯錯


文 / 楊惠娣

【台灣法律網】




 

根據報導,台北市傳出張姓國中老師對昔日女學生摟腰、搭肩、摸頭的性騷擾事件,事發後張老師到學生家中下跪道歉,並且向學校遞出辭呈,但學校已決定記張老師一大過,並予以解聘,同時知會該名學生目前就讀的高中,請輔導老師多留意學生狀況;台北市教育局也表示,若調查發現老師有對學生有性侵害的行為,將移送法辦。台北市教育局長形容此事是「極端偏差的行為」,屬老師與學生發生不該有的越軌行為。他說,師生間可建立親近關係,但一定要在道德與法律容許的範圍內,這類事件「不應容忍」。


據學校了解,這件事發生在一月二十三日;當時就讀北市某高中一年級的女學生探訪昔日國中張姓理化老師,並在張姓老師補習班幫忙整理考卷及資料;其間老師以背痛為由,請學生幫忙搥背,並對學生作摟腰、搭肩、摸頭等行為,學生等老師離去後,打電話向家長哭訴,當晚家長就要求張姓老師不可再與他們的孩子聯絡。


學校於一月廿九日獲知這件事,隨即成立危機小組進行調查,表示已婚且育有二女的張姓老師教學十餘年,曾教過這名學生,平時在校內和學生們關係「親近」,校內有不同的風評。傳說這名女學生受到老師性侵害,不過家長、學生與老師只承認有摟腰、搭肩、摸頭行為,學校已向台北市性侵害防治中心備案;校方強調,若發現老師有性侵害學生行為,絕不袒護,將移請司法單位處理。


張姓老師被記過解聘後,教評會還將這個案子的處理經過通報台北市各級公私立學校,因此,未來他已不可能在台北市任教。


在近鄰日本,根據文部省統計,日本大學校園性騷擾的問題日趨嚴重,過去兩年因性騷擾學生而被懲罰的國立大學教授人數是有史以來最高的。而且二○○○年共有十幾名國立大學教授因性騷擾而被懲罰,包括扣薪、停職或解僱。


雖然部分怕事的受害學生害怕揭發真相會被教授報復、懲罰而隱忍不發,但是當局指出,檢舉數字之所以上升,可歸因於受害人的覺醒和校方的支持,一些學校還特設熱線和列出清晰的調查程序。甚至在新生入學時除了選科指南外,還獲分發如何處理性騷擾的小冊子,明確指出被查問個人三圍或合唱卡拉OK,即屬於性騷擾行為,當中還有真實的案例作參考。


事實上,除了工作場所發生性騷擾事件廣受各界重視之外,在教育與訓練場所發生之性騷擾事件也漸漸受到大眾關注。教育或訓練場所的性騷擾事件除了發生於教職員與學生之間,還有同事之間的性騷擾,不僅常影響學習效果,而且可能對未成年的學生或受訓者的人格發展不利,幼小的學生或受訓者比成年人更不知如何處理性騷擾問題,也不敢向學校或有關單位提出申訴或求助,他們遭受得傷害可能比成年人更大,因此更需要受到法律的保護。

 

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教授性騷擾案
女學生被判通姦
學者:是不是強暴,不能以傳統觀念的「有沒有大聲反抗」來認定
記者梁玉芳、廖敏如/台北報導


喧騰一時的某知名大學性騷擾案已漸被人遺忘,但台大教授劉毓秀在昨天女性學學會舉辦的「反性侵害大會串」中指出,當年受到性騷擾的女學生卻被教授妻子反控通姦,校園性騷擾案走上法律途徑之後,結果是妻子對老公撤回告訴,高等法院判決女學生「通姦」罪名成立,這是對女性對抗性侵害的一大反挫。

婦女新知基金會表示,此案顯示司法界和婦女團體對「強暴」的認定不同。婦女團體及研究性侵害的學者都認為,是不是「強暴」不能以傳統觀念的「受害者有沒有極力反抗」來認定,但法官顯然認為,女性若沒有大叫、沒有極力反抗就算是「默認」或「同意」,對這樣的觀念,婦女團體不能認同。

高等法院在判決書中主張,這位女學生和教授之間的性行為,是「得為抗拒而不抗拒」,「以貞操於女性之重要性,應認為符合其意願」,因而判決「通姦」罪成立,宣告緩刑兩年。

於民國八十三年爆發的這件性騷擾案起因是女學生在學校門外噴漆,指控老師利用職權對女學生性騷擾,教授強暴女學生的傳聞於是成為社會討論焦點,這所大學在輿論壓力下組成專案小組調查,並快速通過該教授的「自動辭職」案。

劉毓秀昨天在女學會的活動中指出,這位女學生經此打擊已幾近崩潰,當初她勇敢出來控訴受強暴,已超過法律規定的六個月追訴期,卻暴露自己和已婚教授的性關係,反被對方控告妨害家庭,司法程序嚴密檢查女學生對該教授的求歡是否嚴加抗拒,若沒有拚死抵抗,就算她錯,由「受害者」變成「被告」...,台灣婦運走到今天,婦女受害率這麼高,改變法界觀念如此困難,實在令人悲傷。

婦女新知基金會表示,在教授妻子提出通姦告訴時,前兩位檢察官都未起訴女學生,只起訴教授,但再換另一位檢察官後,認定構成通姦行為,移送法院,原告並撤回對教授的控告,只告女學生;在訴訟期間,當初法院也曾傳喚對性侵害有深入研究的清華大學教授陳若璋、台灣師大教授鄔佩麗對「受暴症候群」可能產生的後遺症,諸如對迫害產生無力感、害怕別人發現自己受到性侵害等異樣行為,也有同學作證,但在法庭中並未被完全採信。

對女學生提出「通姦」告訴的教授妻子則表示,法院的判決是「遲來的正義」,若有人覺得對女學生不公平,她並不認同。


【1998-03-08/聯合報/03版/焦點

 

terrible liar:  Disgusting! Shame on you!

 

【伍茲性醜聞】一夜召15女陪寢 連玩數日妓女招架不住

有關美國高爾夫名將老虎伍茲“偷腥”新聞的爆料不斷,有“好萊塢老鴇”之稱的知名皮條客米歇爾•布朗,日前向《紐約郵報》透露,伍茲曾在2006至07年間,6度向她召妓,總共花了6萬美元,且伍茲鐘情多人淫亂,有時一晚與多達15人同寢。

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英前樞機主教 認了性醜聞

英國前樞機主教歐布賴恩日前因被控涉及不當的性行為請辭,並在退休聲明中否認各種指控。如今卻發布聲明,對外致歉,承認自己的性行為「不符合大眾的期待」。

英國衛報報導,在觀察家報披露歐布賴恩被控在30年有「不當性行為」的36小時後,歐布賴恩出面「滅火」,向當時尚未卸任的教宗本篤16世請辭樞機主教一職,並表示已針對不實且匿名控訴尋求法律諮詢,嚴正駁斥指控。

而現年74歲的歐布賴恩3日卻公開承認,在成為神職人員後,以及擔任樞機主教的10年中,曾違反教會對單身及同性戀的嚴格限制。他說:「我希望能藉此機會坦誠,過去的性行為確實不符大眾對我身為一名教士、主教和樞機主教的期待。我對被侵犯的民眾道歉,並祈求他們原諒。我也對蘇格蘭人民和教會道歉。」

天主教周報The Tablet編輯佩平絲特對此表示,歐布賴恩公開坦誠犯行雖令人震驚,但卻是大眾樂於見到的。她說:「這的確使他和蘇格蘭天主教會鬆一口氣。性侵醜聞糾纏天主教會多時,如今終於可以擺脫陰影,讓案子有所了結。」

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報告!我想換掉指導教授
 

2008/02/17

【聯合晚報/記者姜穎/台北報導】

 

「選對指導教授,研究所就念完一半了」。指導教授掌握研究生的「生殺大權」,是研究生拿不拿得到文憑的關鍵人物。因次,噓寒問暖少不了、幫教授「做生日」都很常見,要是遇上性格古怪、要求不明確的指導教授,研究生還得「錄音存證」自保。

 

梁軒(化名)是同儕眼中的模範生,選指導教授時「力排眾議」找了位以「要求高」著稱的指導教授。兩人平常關係十分「麻吉」,沒想到,梁軒惡夢卻從此開始。指導教授性格陰晴不定、批改標準不一,同樣的章節反覆修改無數次。兩人討論常不歡而散,最後他只好「錄音存證」,讓朝令夕改的教授無話可說。

 

最後,梁軒花了四年才拿到碩士文憑,許多成績不如他的同學早就畢業了。.....沐婷(化名)則找到有口皆碑的「好」指導教授。該教授德高望重、外務繁多,是國內知名的學者,論文把關卻十分寬鬆。所上凡是想盡早畢業的學生,都找他當指導,沐婷的論文也果真沒遇到任何刁難。沒想到,口試前夕,外校口試委員卻大表不滿。最後,指導教授丟下一句「重寫」。沐婷的畢業計畫,瞬間變得遙遙無期。國內有些研究所,則流傳著特殊「傳統」,指導學生必須替單身的教授「做生日」,從訂餐廳、發帖子到買單一手包辦。有研究生受不了這種陋習,臨時換指導教授,同校教授卻礙於人情不願「接手」,害他差點畢業無望。

就讀國立大學研究所三年級的李同學表示,指導教授和研究生的關係不均衡,大學生還能依靠「教學評鑑」來制衡指導教授,研究生的「生死」卻完全仰賴指導教授。他表示,部分教授「書唸太多了」,性格古怪,伺候起來真的是「伴君如伴虎」。

 

【2008/02/17 聯合晚報】

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考慮幾天之後 決定寫這麼一篇
以下 也不算是什麼八卦 因為我就算是受害者

很抱歉因為一些原因 我無法用真實的ID寫出來
但以下是我真實的經歷


我大學時代 遭受過兩個教授的性騷擾
一個可以說名字 一個不行
之後 我會說原因


第一個 是颱大外聞系的教授 賴聲愚
就是那個大一英文共同科目 會請學生去他家包水餃的那個
也是暗戀逃花園導演的弟弟
關於他性騷擾學生的傳聞可能有人有聽過傳聞
不過我今天會說 他怎麼騷擾學生的細節

我大一那年 因為選不到本來填的老師
他很容易加簽(尤其是女生) 所以就上了他的課
學期末時 賴聲愚會請全班去他家吃飯
我們那年不是包水餃 是他煮請我們吃

女生 當然都去了 因為會點名
手藝是不錯 本來他母親有幫忙 後來飯菜弄好了 他母親就離開了
等吃完之後 他就說要照相 也是他騷擾女學生的開始

照相的時候 說真的 他會挑人挑身材挑長相
有一個比較胖的女生坐在他旁邊 照團照 結果他突然就說 不照了
之後 又排了一次 另一個 曾經是表特版常客的著名美女
那時是冬天 那女生穿裙子
他就 趁照相的機會 把手放在那女生的大腿上磨蹭

後來 他找了我們班的某位花兒 跟我 說 老師跟妳們兩個合照吧
地點是在房間裡面 擺著相機 三個人 要我們兩個各分坐在他一邊
等到擺姿勢時....
他就開始摟我們 不是手臂 也不是腰
而是用手從腋下 往胸部開始推擠
緊緊的摟住我跟那位女同學

我們兩個人當場臉色都變了 當場人也不多 更沒有男同學
傻住的兩個人根本不知道怎麼制止
照完之後 他又說 我們再照一張...
同樣的姿勢與方式

後來 這件事結束之後 他有把當天照的照片洗給我們
卻當然抽掉了那幾張吃女學生豆腐的證據
感覺上..他似乎有收集這種照片的癖好
真的是很變態 把女學生都當成是什麼..

事後有人去向學校告這件事
據說他之前就被申訴很多次了
我真槁不懂為什麼這個人還能留在颱大

因為被申訴 我聽說後來他就取消了請學生到他家吃飯的活動
事情這樣也就算了
但是據別人說 他竟然在課堂裡一副受害者的姿態訴說
他只是好意請大家去吃飯 不知道為什麼有人有意中傷...
我真是覺得他連渣都不如

至於我 下學期就換老師了
就算他分數給的再怎麼高
也沒必要做這種犧牲

另外一個 是我系上的教授
因為這原因 所以我必須省去很多細節 也不能透露這人的身份

簡單的說 那是一個我很熟的教授 有年輕漂亮的妻與孩子
平時 在外給人的形象就是十分的正直 幾乎不會讓人將性騷擾與他連結在一起
也沒有什麼特別喜歡女學生的傳聞

至於我跟教授的關係 就是一般的學生跟長輩
會幫忙做一些事 還包括一些工讀生的打工
我大概也只能說到此 因為太詳細 說不定有人會猜出

整個事件的開始 是起源於
這個教授 對她研究生交男朋友的事件很不滿
他跟我抱怨的時候 說的是
因為那男的很不好 所以他很擔心她研究生 所以就跟研究生吵架了
當時我覺得奇怪 卻也沒有多加懷疑

然後有一天 他突然叫我過去 當天在場的 還有他兩個商界的朋友
總之講話講一講
那個教授突然叫我把手伸出來
然後那教授就 伸出自己的手 五指扣住我的五指...
當時 他兩個朋友在談話 不過我想 他們是知道這事的

我當時把手抽出來 告訴他:「我覺得很不舒服 手 是給男朋友牽的」
那個人竟然說:「現代人不是都有很多男朋友嗎?」
(我心裡真是覺得很更 有多少個男朋友也不會輪到你)
然後他竟然又繼續威嚇說:「不給他牽手 以後就等同於不認識之類的」
總之就是威脅說 現在所有對你的好 給你的任何事物 通通都沒有了
我就跟他說:「那很好。就不要再見了」
然後我又冷冷的問:「XX學姐(他的兩個助理)也會給你牽手嗎?」
結果他竟然說:「會呀,他們還會抱我....」

然後 在我剛到時 他的那個商界朋友
有說到那個老師之前的某個研究生 很上道之類的
後來走的時候 那個朋友就指著我說:「你這學生很正直喔...」
我這時才明白他所說的那個僑生研究生 中文也不太會講 為何能畢業
為何很上道的原因
還有那老師跟政界也很熟稔 我才知道為什麼那個助理學姐
之前請爸媽吃飯 那教授竟然叫某大立委當場去付錢....

這事件有後續 那老師打電話給我
因為手機沒顯示名字 我不小心就接到了電話
他就問我說:「你還好吧?」 我說:「很好」
他又問:「那天呢?」 我就說:「不好」
然後那人渣 要道歉就算了 竟然就開始說:「都是他那研究生不好 怎樣怎樣的
害的大家都不開心之類的....」

總之 他事後的動作 就是想安撫我
在課堂上叫同學叫我去找他 眾目睽睽下我又不能不去
還替我安排了一個感覺上薪資不錯的打工
我拒絕了 跟他說:「抱歉 我沒空」

撇開他有妻有子 如果是他單純的追求 那我也就摸摸鼻子算了
但是 我真的不能原諒 一個人利用師生的關係來威嚇
事後還把所有的事情推到自己的研究生身上
虧他在外面還一副形象清明 一天到晚說 誰誰誰為錢離開我們這一行 他真是瞧不起
事後想想 真正該被瞧不起的是他是 他根本沒有批評別人的資格

我後來想 如果是一個研究生 當教授拿著你畢業的生殺大權來威嚇
聽到的人 能像我當時一般果決嗎?
我同情他的研究生 也為他們的決定感到可悲
當你先牽了手 之後還有什麼立場可以拒絕?

這件事讓我覺得噁心了很久
甚至還有同學 在期末的時候 要請我去幫忙全班跟那教授要資料
我找了一堆理由拒絕 同學一定覺得我很不盡人情
卻不知道我在回絕的同時心中正在淌血


經過這件事 我其實也有想去告發
但是 我哪來的證據?他那朋友 都說那樣的話了 又怎麼可能 會幫我作證?

那時我才體會上電視那些人的心情
我必須要說 雖然我不知道職場上有多少利害關係

但是 就站出來指控教授性騷擾的學生來說
就一個受害者的立場 百分之九十九點九應該都會是真的

當我想說要說出這件事 我心中就浮現了
「有多少人會相信我?」「會不會反而覺得這女生有問題?」
「告了又怎樣?我之後還要在這一行,他絕對有實力讓我之後混不下去....」

除非是特例 衡量站出來的不利益
大部分的正常人 是不會因為區區幾分 區區一科 或者是區區小事
就做出這種同時也會毀滅自己的事
所以 我沒辦法原諒那人 卻也沒勇氣去告發 也不能說出他的姓名

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我念資管碩士在職專班,拖了1學期 還要1學期。

我是男的,現在終於體會嫁錯人的痛苦。
寫論文就跟結婚是一樣的過程,
找指導老師-結婚前不外呼交往戀愛,你看看我,我也瞧瞧你,打聽
簽了指導老師-好比訂婚,如果發現這老師不好,仍有機會離開
論文提案口試-有三位老師,就好比證婚人,還有一些學弟...
這時候的論文好比已然懷孕了,
如果老師刁難-好比遇到家爆的妻子,
相換都很難。(頭都理一半了)

老師說-理論如果可以-自己找;創新要自己想(要跟人家不一樣)
要怎樣測試結果-跟我說:自己設計只要合理就好...

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 Professor Sexual Harassment

  Written by: Avvo Staff       

quote from: http://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/professor-sexual-harassment

Professor sexual harassment occurs when a professor's conduct toward a student is unwelcome, offensive, and of a sexual nature. This behavior is illegal if it's severe or pervasive enough to interfere with a student's academic life. Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 is the primary federal law that prohibits sexual harassment in most public and private colleges and universities. States may have additional anti-harassment laws.

 

Behaviors that constitute professor sexual harassment

A professor's conduct may be considered sexual harassment when it includes recurring or severe behaviors such as the following:

-      Assault or inappropriate touching, kissing, rubbing, or other bodily contact

-      Sexual innuendoes, jokes, rumors, or e-mails

-      Vulgar gestures, comments, or expressions

-      Requests for sexual favors, requests for dates, or unwelcome sexual advances

-      Displaying sexually suggestive posters, drawings, or other objects

-      Threatening, stalking, or blocking movement

The behavior is illegal if a professor promises a better grade or other reward to a student if he or she does something sexual. It is also illegal for a professor to fail a student or takes away privileges if he or she refuses a sexual favor. Illegal sexual harassment also occurs when the professor's behavior creates a hostile environment in which a student can't comfortably participate or benefit from a class or program.

Both male and female students can be victims of sexual harassment.

 

Professor sexual harassment and the law

Title IX defines sexual harassment as a form of illegal sex discrimination. Any college or university that receives federal funding for even one of their programs must abide by Title IX regulations. This means schools are accountable for sexual harassment that occurs on their campuses or in any school activity.

Under Title IX, schools are required to have an anti-harassment policy and a complaint process for reporting and resolving charges of sexual harassment. Title IX also prohibits any school official from intimidating or threatening a student for reporting sexual harassment.

 

If you believe you are a victim of professor sexual harassment

Some students may be embarrassed or afraid to report professor sexual harassment. Others may feel there's nothing they can do about it. Sexual harassment is a serious offense. It's critical to take action to prevent the behavior from continuing.

If you think you are being sexually harassed, follow these steps:

-      Tell the harasser to stop if you feel comfortable doing so.

-      Report the harassment to a responsible school official.

-      Follow your school's complaint process.

If necessary, you may also file a charge with the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education. You must file within 180 days of the incident, or 60 days after your school grievance process is complete.If the agency pursues your charge, it will launch its own investigation.

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Sexual Harassment and Unprofessional Conduct Guidelines

Guidelines in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences

quote from: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/home/content/sexual-harassment-and-unprofessional-conduct-guidelines

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences seeks to maintain a learning and  work environment free from sexual harassment, including unprofessional  conduct in faculty-student relationships and sexism in the classroom.  These kinds of behavior are barriers to the educational, scholarly, and  research purposes of the University.

Any member of the FAS community who believes that he or she has  been sexually harassed, who has experienced problems involving  unprofessional conduct, or who would like clarification or information  on FAS complaint and resolution procedures, is encouraged to speak with  an appropriate officer of the Faculty. A list of officers can be viewed on a related page. There are specific procedures for the  resolution of sexual harassment and unprofessional conduct problems.  These cover situations involving individuals of different University  status and individuals of the same University status. They range from  informal counseling and mediation to formal procedures for disciplinary  action.  A written description of these procedures is available upon  request from any of the officers listed.  (Please note that members of  the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers (HUCTW) are covered  by the sexual harassment policies agreed to in the collective bargaining  agreement and described in the Personnel Manual.  For union members  those policies take precedence over the policies governing other members  of the University community.)

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination illegal under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

In addition to being illegal, sexual harassment is unacceptable  because it interferes with a person's sense of dignity and well-being  in the community.  The determination of what constitutes sexual  harassment will vary with the particular circumstances, but it may be  described generally as unwanted sexual behavior, such as physical  contact or verbal comments, jokes, questions, or suggestions.  In the  academic context, the fundamental element of sexual harassment is  ordinarily the inappropriate personal attention by an instructor or  other officer who is in a position to exercise professional power over  another individual.  This could involve an instructor who determines a  student's grade or who can otherwise affect the student's academic  performance or professional future; or a tenured professor whose  evaluation of a junior colleague can affect the latter's professional  life.  Sexual harassment can also occur between persons of the same  University status.  An example would be persistent personal attention in  the face of repeated rejection of such attention.  Such behavior is  unacceptable in a university.  It seriously undermines the atmosphere of  trust essential to the academic enterprise.

UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT IN RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS OF DIFFERENT UNIVERSITY STATUS

Amorous relationships that might be appropriate in other  circumstances always have inherent dangers when they occur between any  teacher or officer of the University and any person for whom he or she  has a professional responsibility (i.e., as teacher, advisor, evaluator,  supervisor).  Implicit in the idea of professionalism is the  recognition by those in positions of authority that in their  relationships with students or staff there is always an element of  power.  It is incumbent upon those with authority not to abuse, nor to  seem to abuse, the power with which they are entrusted.

Officers and other members of the teaching staff should be  aware that any romantic involvement with their students makes them  liable for formal action against them.  Even when both parties have  consented at the outset to the development of such a relationship, it is  the officer or instructor who, by virtue of his or her special  responsibility and educational mission, will be held accountable for  unprofessional behavior.  Graduate student teaching fellows, tutors, and  undergraduate course assistants may be less accustomed than faculty  members to thinking of themselves as holding professional  responsibilities.  They may need to exercise special care in their  relationships with students whom they instruct, evaluate, or otherwise  supervise, recognizing that their students might view them as more  powerful than they may perceive themselves to be.

Amorous relationships between members of the Faculty and  students that occur outside the instructional context can also lead to  difficulties.  In a personal relationship between an officer and a  student for whom the officer has no current professional responsibility,  the officer should be sensitive to the constant possibility that he or  she may unexpectedly be placed in a position of responsibility for the  student's instruction or evaluation.  This could involve being called  upon to write a letter of recommendation or to serve on an admissions or  selection committee involving the student.  In addition, one should be  aware that others may speculate that a specific power relationship  exists even when there is none, giving rise to assumptions of  inequitable academic or professional advantage for the student involved.   Relationships between officers and students are always fundamentally  asymmetric in nature.

SEXISM IN THE CLASSROOM

Sexism in the classroom usually involves conduct by members of  the teaching staff that is discouraging or offensive especially, but not  only, to women.  Alienating messages may be subtle and even  unintentional, but they nevertheless tend to compromise the learning  experience of members of both sexes.

Some teaching practices are overtly hostile to women.  For  example, to show slides of nude women humorously or whimsically during  an otherwise serious lecture is not only in poor taste, but is also  demeaning to women.

Other alienating teaching practices may be simply thoughtless,  and may even be the result of special efforts to be helpful to women  students.  For example, it is condescending to make a point of calling  only upon women in class on topics such as marriage and the family,  imposing the assumption that only women have a "natural" interest in  this area.

Consistent with principles of academic freedom, course content  and teaching methods remain the province of individual faculty members.   At the same time, faculty members should refrain from classroom  behavior that focuses attention on sex characteristics in a context in  which sex would otherwise be irrelevant.

NOTE: Anyone interested in arranging a training or  discussion session concerning sexual harassment should call Karen Flood, 496-8912.

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Johnson State Student Accuses Professor of Sexual Harassment

A CRITIC EXCLUSIVE

By Tyler Dumont

quote from: http://www.lyndonstatecritic.com/news/johnson-state-student-accuses-professor-of-sexual-harassment-1.2890419

JOHNSON, VT. -- A student at Johnson State College has accused a professor of sexually harassing her.

Nicole Daigneault, 32, of Saint Johnsbury, told The Critic that she is accusing Professor Fred Wiseman, who allegedly threatened to lock her in his car and tried to kiss her.

Daigneault said that she had been taking a class with the professor when the alleged incidents occurred. She had been participating in a "spirituality mentorship" with Wiseman, who would meet with her outside the classroom at least once a week for breakfast with her daughter.

"He found out I was the descendant of a grand chief," Daigneault said. "And that's when he became interested in me."

The single mother said that the professor wrote journal entries about her after their meetings, one of which contained writing that he had envisioned “seeing her naked.”

David Sleigh, Daigneault's attorney and also a part-time instructor at Lyndon State College, said that his client expects to bring an action against JSC, seeking damages for violations of Vermont’s Public Accommodation Act.

"The college has had six months to provide some remedy to Nicole, and there hasn't been one," he said.

He also confirmed that Daigneault was still a student at Johnson, although she discontinued going to her classes last week after she arrived on her first day and saw Wiseman's vehicle in the parking lot, only to later discover that the professor is still actively teaching and employed at JSC.

JSC is one of the five Vermont State Colleges.

Sleigh said that another female also filed a complaint with the school regarding the same professor.

In a letter obtained by The Critic, JSC president Barbara Murphy wrote to Daigneault that she “accepted” the complaint of sexual harassment.

The letter stated that, “Investigators determined there was a ‘very inappropriate crossing of faculty/student boundaries, at the very least.’”

The document also said that the professor had attempted to kiss Daigneault on two separate occasions, in addition to kissing her wrist while on school property - without Daigneault’s permission.

Another report stated that Johnson had concluded that there is “ample evidence of related unprofessional conduct.”

In an emailed statement, JSC President Barbara Murphy said, “We take allegations of sexual harassment very seriously.”

“All the actions we may take in any particular case may not be readily apparent for a variety of reasons,” she continued, “including confidentiality of student and personnel matters.”

Despite Murphy's statements on Wiseman, he is reportedly still an employee. Contact information on the Johnson website lists him as a professor in the Humanities Department.

Multiple attempts to reach Wiseman, including calls to his office and emails requesting comment, were unsuccessful.

For more on this story, see the Friday, September 7 edition of The Critic.

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College Sexual Harassment

quote from: http://www.theharmanfirm.com/lawyer-attorney-1451575.html

Professor/Student Sexual Harassment

In recent years, much has been done to raise awareness of sexual harassment in the workplace, and how to go about identifying and reporting such behavior. However, this practice still affects scores of workers, with more and more individuals reporting sexual harassment in an academic setting.

Under Title IX, sexual harassment falls under discrimination in an academic setting. Harassment in the academic setting can take many of the same forms it does in a work environment- name calling, unwanted advances, touching, inappropriate conversation, and more.

What makes sexual harassment in academia more difficult and problematic is that while harassment is defined as unwanted behavior, professors and administrators have a great degree of perceived power and control over students, often making it hard to achieve a true sense of consent. Professors, like employers and supervisors, can often take advantage of the relationship between student and teacher to get away with such unwanted sexual behavior.

Professors can make it seem as if willing participation in such activity is a requirement due to their relationship, and can often exert their influence in extreme ways. This behavior is different from other forms of sexual harassment in that it is an exploitation of the expectations of the student/teacher relationship. This is further compounded by the fact that tenured professors often enjoy relative job security and a high degree of professional respect.

Your Rights

As a student, you have rights to ensure that you do not have to tolerate sexual harassment. No individual should be subjected to or exploited by sexual harassment as carried out by professors. Contact our office today to explore your rights, and options for pursuing your case.

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Sexual Harassment  on Campus Is  a Problem.

quote from: http://pc.brooklyn.cuny.edu/SEXHARS.HTM

 

You Can Do Something to

 

Stop It!

 

 

 

What is sexual harassment?

 

Sexual harassment does not have to do with personal, private relationships.
It happens when a person introduces a sexual element into the academic setting
and thereby intimidates, coerces, or humiliates someone because of gender or
sexual preference. It is a breach of the trust that exists among members of the
academic community. It can occur between individuals of different sexes or the
same sex, and between persons of all ages. It can involve supervisor and
employee, faculty member and student, fellow employees, or fellow students.
Sexual harassment creates confusion because it blurs the boundary between
professional roles and personal relationships. The harasser introduces a sexual
element into what should be a collegial situation.

 

According to guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Education Office of
Civil Rights and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, behavior
constitutes sexual harassment in an academic setting when:

 

The person engaging in such behavior explicitly or implicitly makes your
submission to it a term or condition of your employment or academic
standing.

 

The person engaging in such behavior makes decisions affecting your
employment or academic life according to whether you accept or reject that
behavior.

 

The person’s behavior is an attempt to interfere, or has the effect of
interfering, with your work or academic performance, or creates an intimidating,
hostile, or offensive working or learning environment.

 

Levels of harassment

 

Gender harassment: Generalized sexual remarks and behavior that convey
insulting, degrading, or sexist attitudes.

 

Seductive behavior: Unwanted, inappropriate, and offensive physical or verbal
sexual advances.

 

Sexual bribery: Solicitation of sexual activity or other sex-linked behavior
with promise of reward.

 

Sexual coercion: Pressure for sexual activity or other sex-linked behavior by
threat of punishment.

 

Sexual assault: Assault or rape.

 

Who is sexually harassed?

 

Most victims of sexual harassment are female and most harassers are male.
Other forms of discrimination—those based on race, age, religion, or
disability—may be combined with an incident of sexual harassment.

 

Victims of sexual harassment often find themselves harassed by persons who
have some power over them. Examples include faculty members or administrators
harassing students, and supervisors harassing employees. Sometimes, however,
staff or faculty members may be harassed by coworkers, and students by other
students.

 

What are common forms of harassment?

 

· Insistent invitations for drinks, dinner, dates

 

· Unwanted touching

 

· Obvious sexual gestures

 

· Uninvited visits to someone’s hotel room during conferences

 

· Offensive graffiti

 

· Threats of physical assault

 

· Sending lewd cartoons, cards, presents, or letters

 

· Subtle or overt pressure for sexual interactions

 

· Assault and rape

 

· Sexist comments

 

What are common reactions to harassment?

 

· Changing your major department

 

· Leaving job, college, or city

 

· Depression, anxiety, loss of self-esteem

 

· Headaches, nausea, weight loss or gain, insomnia, high blood pressure,
gastrointestinal disorders

 

· Inability to concentrate at work or school

 

· Stress in relationships with coworkers, friends, and family

 

Must sexual harassment be tolerated?

 

NO! Sexual harassment is illegal. It is a form of sex discrimination in
violation of Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the 1972
Education Amendments, and the official policy of the City University of New
York. Brooklyn College adheres to CUNY policy, which explicitly prohibits sexual
harassment throughout the university community:

 

"It is the policy of the City University of New York to prohibit harassment
of employees or students on the basis of sex. This policy is related to and is
in conformity with the equal opportunity policy of the University to recruit,
employ, retain, and promote employees without regard to sex, age, race, color,
or creed. Prompt investigation of allegations will be made on a confidential
basis to ascertain the veracity of complaints, and appropriate corrective action
will be taken.

 

"It is a violation of policy for any member of the University community to
engage in sexual harassment. It is a violation of policy for any member of the
University community to take action against an individual for reporting sexual
harassment." (The City University of New York Board of Trustees, adopted January
25, 1982)

 

What can you do if you are harassed?

 

Say NO to the harasser! Be direct.

 

Write a note to the harasser. Describe the incident and how it made you feel.
State that you would like the harassment to stop. Send the letter by certified
mail. Keep a copy.

 

Keep a record of what happened and when. Include dates, times, places, names
of persons involved, witnesses, and who said what to whom.

 

Talk to a member of the Brooklyn College Sexual Harassment Advisory Panel.
This brochure includes a complete list of panel members and their college
telephone numbers. You may contact any member you wish.

 

You may find that discussion with a panel member solves the problem. Or you
may decide to make an informal or a formal complaint. The choice is yours.

 

We understand that you may be reluctant to talk about your experience. This
is normal. You may be uncertain about whether you really have been harassed. You
may feel shock or embarrassment over the incident, or a sense that you are
somehow responsible. You may have a fear that people of a different sex or
sexual orientation will not take your complaint seriously, or general doubt that
the situation can be satisfactorily resolved.

 

We will try to be sensitive to the thoughts and feelings of everyone involved
and will treat any consultation and complaint with seriousness and
confidentiality. We have designed our procedures to be flexible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are considering contacting the panel, keep these important facts in
mind

 

You don’t have to file a complaint; you can simply come and talk about the
problem.

 

You don’t have to face the entire panel; you may speak to only one member, in
confidence.

 

The panel will act on your complaint only with your explicit permission or
instruction.

 

You may discuss a complaint without being identified to the person you name
(although the full complaint procedure will not go forward unless you are
willing to be identified to that person). If you are willing to be identified to
the accused, more concrete steps, such as mediation, can be initiated to resolve
the situation.

 

If you decide to make a formal complaint, you will be kept informed of the
panel’s activities, as will the person named in the complaint.

 

Sexual
Harassment Advisory Panel

 

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Violence on Campus

 
 
 

 



 
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The following article is courtesy of Inside Higher Ed.

Each year, nearly 6 percent of female college students report a rape or attempted rape. Nine percent of men and 11 percent of women say they seriously considered suicide and 1.3 percent reported one attempt.

Thirteen percent of female students report being stalked. And just 25 percent of all crimes on campuses were reported to a law enforcement authority of any kind.

Those are a few of the dizzying blitz of statistics contained in "Campus Violence White Paper," which will be released soon by the American College Health Association. Inside Higher Ed received a final draft of the report, which was written by Joetta Carr, an associate professor at Western Michigan University's Counseling Center and head of the association's Campus Violence Committee.

The report aims to offer an analytical portrait of the occurrence and causes of violence on college campuses nationally. It makes it clear that colleges are far from being the peaceful oases that college officials sometimes portray them as. It says that "acts of violence have continued to force U.S. colleges and universities to address the dangerous and alarming violent events that send shockwaves throughout many campuses and compromise students' and employees' health and safety."

Acknowledged from the start is that calculating the true rate of crime on campuses is difficult, partly because the formal methods of reporting them -- most notably, the Campus Security Act -- are widely viewed as underreporting crime. "Many college health professionals know that the victimization patterns that we see are not included in any official statistics, for various reasons, and it may be up to us to solve the problem," the report says.

Citing a survey's finding that just 25 percent of campus crimes were reported to any authority, the report suggests an array of reasons: embarrassment on the part of victims (particularly regarding sex-based crimes), lack of understanding about what constitutes a crime, or a feeling that the incidents were too minor.

As a result of this underreporting to authorities, the college health association's white paper draws much of its conclusions from surveys of students. Among the findings it presents:

  • Students aged 18 to 24 report about 526,000 violent crimes each year, according to the Violent Victimization of College Students report. Of those, 128,000 "involved a weapon or serious injury to the victim."
  • 5.8 pct of female students reported having been raped or suffering an attempted rape in the 2003-4 year, and 11.9 reporting "unwanted touching," according to the college health association's National College Health Assessment.
  • Another study found that 13.1 percent of female students said they had been stalked. This number was greater than among comparably aged people in the general population, in part because of students' "close proximity" to each other and the "large amount of unstructured discretionary time" that students had.
  • The report cites several major factors underlying campus violence, including the use of alcohol, racial and ethnic tensions, and a "sports culture" that "can promote competition, aggression, and male privilege."

Going forward, the report suggests several recommendations that colleges should consider to stem the level of campus violence. They include: offering dorms that bar alcohol and smoking, imposing tougher penalties on students found to have engaged in violence, adopting policies that encourage rather than deter bystanders from coming forward to report crimes they witness, and disclosing the presence of registered sex offenders on campuses, which has proven controversial in some communities.

 

 

 

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