Sex Trafficking Concerns on Campus
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Title IX investigator, University of Tennessee
Kelly Mihalik serves the University of Tennessee, Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards as a Title IX investigator. Prior to joining the office, she worked as a police officer at the University of Tennessee Police Department for eight years, leaving as a Corporal in the Investigations Unit and serving as the primary sexual assault investigator for the department. As a police officer, she developed and taught classes on a trauma-informed response to sexual violence throughout the state of Tennessee. Kelly earned her undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Lieutenant Barbara Robbins
Lieutenant at University of Illinois Police Department
Lieutenant Barbara Robbins is a dedicated Law Enforcement professional who has been employed at the University of Illinois Police Department since 1996. At this time, she is over department training, CALEA Accreditation, crime prevention, firearms, and special events.
Lieutenant Robbins has served as a Special Federal Officer/Investigator with the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) Springfield Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) for approximately eight years. Before being promoted to Lieutenant, her duties as a departmental Sergeant encompassed supervision of police patrol, community gathering, member of the Department Sexual Assault Team and Superior Officer responsibilities as assigned.
Currently, she serves as an Instructor/Trainer with the University of Illinois Police Department, East Central University’s Safety Training and Technical Assistance for Administrators Boards and Law Enforcement (Violence Against Women topics), the Police Training Institute at the University of Illinois Champaign and the Illinois Law Enforcement training and Standards Board Executive Institute at Western Illinois University (Train the Trainer, Violence Against Women). Previously, Lieutenant Robbins was an instructor at the National Law Enforcement Leadership Initiative on Violence Against Women. She has provided training programs for students and staff on alcohol, drugs, personal safety and crime prevention.
Lieutenant Robbins is a graduate of the Administrative Officers Course (AOC) at the Southern Police Institute (SPI). She has a Masters in Education/Human Resources Education from the University of Illinois and a Bachelor of Science in Career and Organizational Studies from Eastern Illinois University. Lieutenant Robbins has received numerous department awards and an FBI Award for case work.