BYU changes policy on reporting of sex assaults, adopts amnesty clause

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PROVO, Utah - Brigham Young University has completed its study on the campus response to sexual assaults.

The school said five of the 23 recommendations from the study will be immediately implemented.

The first changes include a new Title IX office and full-time Title IX coordinator.

That office will not share information with the honor code office about the complainant without the person's consent.

See all 23 recommended changes from BYU here.