A review of sexual misconduct cases that were overseen by a former Indiana University Title IX officer himself accused of sexual assault has found no bias or undue influence and that all the university's processes were followed.
Jason Casares resigned in February as associate dean of students and deputy Title IX coordinator after he was accused of sexual assault in an open letter by the president-elect of the Association for Student Conduct Administration, a position he once held. Casares has denied the accusation, and no charges have been brought against him.
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