Three stripped of duties after Meramec campus assault

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KIRKWOOD, MO (KTVI)-- St. Louis Community College released three employees over a student assault at the Meramec campus last spring.

The chief of police for the entire campus system, plus the police chief at Meramec, and a top campus administrator were let go Thursday

The highly critical report says system wide failures of campus and district law also says administrators up and down the chain of command mishandled the situation.

The internal investigation came after the student was attacked last April in the women's bathroom.

Jevon Mallory was charged.

The school did not immediately notify students and staff about the attack and they let Mallory go with a warning after the crime.

Investigation Report

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