No new charges after DOJ review of National Guard sexual assault cases


The state Department of Justice announced no new criminal charges will be filed after an agency review of more than 30 sexual assault cases that had previously been investigated by the Wisconsin National Guard between 2009-2019.
Still, the agency recommended several policy changes on fraternization and the consumption of alcohol, improvements in how the National Guard investigates sexual assault allegations, and changes in how survivors are kept apprised of a probe.
Wisconsin National Guard spokesman Maj. Joe Trovato said the Guard appreciates the feedback it received from the Department of Ju...

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