Punish sexual offenders, but give them support too: Survey
Students should receive harsh punishment if they are found to have engaged in sexual misconduct - but they should also receive some form of support, a survey of National University of Singapore (NUS) students has found.
About 94 per cent of respondents said help such as rehabilitation, legal advice and a case officer to guide them through their options should be provided for those accused of sexual misconduct.
NUS released results of the survey yesterday. It was carried out by an i...