Colleges are required to handle sexual assault cases on campus

Forced responsibility for sexual assault cases is a good idea, but it also may lead to some problems. Many questions come to mind, such as: how will colleges handle this charge? How will campus security be affected? Will city or local police get involved, and if so, how greatly? Are colleges really equipped to handle this?

Sexual assault is a punishable offense and letting campus security handle it could be problematic, even if they are properly trained.

Regulation over this could be a big problem—if each college or university is in charge for responding to the offenses, incidents could be treated in unlike and diverse ways. For example, a rape charge on one campus may be handled in a drastically different way than the same charge on another campus.