On Monday, August 15, Purdue University police were given a CSA report that indicated an alleged rape happened at the Pi Kappa Phi house back in January.
The rape reportedly took place at 1 a.m. Jan. 23 at Pi Kappa Phi fraternity in the 300 block of Grant Street in West Lafayette, according to a timely warning on Purdue’s website.
Campus Security Authorities, such as deans, coaches or advisers, are required to notify police of crimes reported to them by students, according to the website.
Capt.Eric Chin said PUPD doesn’t investigate CSA reports, which are more “for statistical measures,” because they’re not reported directly to the agency.
There are no known details of the incident at this time so we will update the story as more information becomes available. It is interesting to note that PUPD doesn’t investigate CSA reports, so this incident won’t be investigated, at least by the PUPD. If the student reports the incident to local authorities, then there will be an investigation. At this time, there is no information on whether or not the local authorities have been contacted..
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