A second sexual assault has been reported to security officials having taken place on the Johns Hopkins University campus. A female student reported that she was sexually assaulted by a male student on February 2nd in the 3000 block of N Charles St.
According to a security office release, school officials know who both parties are and are “proceeding in accordance with University policies.”
On Friday, a female student reported that she had been sexually assaulted by a male student on March 3 in the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity House.
The school also issued a reminder of resources available to students for reporting incidents:
Sexual Assault Help Line. Talk with a counselor and seek support for emotional trauma. At the University, victims may speak with a confidential counselor by calling the University’s Sexual Assault Help Line (410-516-7333).
Report to Campus Security or Baltimore City Police. Timely and accurate reporting is critical to crime prevention. Everyone is reminded to contact Campus Safety and Security at 410-516-7777 or Baltimore City Police at 911 immediately to report any suspicious person(s) or activity.