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Inspector General: Haskell falsified crime statistics

Administrators at Haskell Indian Nations University underreported crime statistics for a two-year period and failed to follow internal policy when handling misconduct complaints, according a federal report. The inspector general of the U.S. Department of Interior issued the report Friday after investigating the Lawrence school, which enrolls about 1,000 students representing about 140 tribal nations and native communities, The Topeka Capital-Journal reports.

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12/6/2018

article Regents seek to restore confidence in Haskell after federal investigation, criticize lack of communication from administration
(Kansas) -- The temporary leader of Haskell Indian Nations University on Wednesday sought to reassure the Haskell Board of Regents that the university was seriously...

11/22/2018

article Investigation finds 'abusive' environment at Haskell University
(Kansas) -- A report published Friday by the Office of Inspector General for the U.S. Department of the Interior found that officials at Haskell Indian Nations...

11/19/2018

article Inspector General: Haskell falsified crime statistics
(Kansas) -- Administrators at Haskell Indian Nations University underreported crime statistics for a two-year period and failed to follow internal policy when handling...
article Inspector General: Haskell Indian Nations falsified crime statistics, staff feels ‘bullied’ by president
(Kansas) -- The inspector general of the U.S. Department of Interior concluded in a report Friday that administrators at Haskell Indian Nations University underreported...

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