Advisory Group Named to Oversee Freeh Recommendations
Penn State has established a 10-member advisory council.
The council, comprised of a wide range of individuals from across the University, is expected to provide input and feedback as Penn State administrators and the Board of Trustees work through the 119 recommendations outlined in a July report issued by former FBI Director Louis Freeh.
The Freeh Report, commissioned by the University as part of an independent investigation related to the child sex-abuse scandal involving former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, recommends changes designed to strengthen policies and performance at Penn State in areas such as safety; reporting misconduct; and governance.
To date, one-third of the recommendations have been completed.
University officials hope to implement the changes Freeh recommended by the end of next year following a thorough evaluation, or to offer reasons why they would not implement the changes.
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