Fewer than half of elite universities in Britain are monitoring the extent of sexual violence against students.And why should they?
Universities are not the police, and we do not insist that they should keep statistics about any crimes.
As far as I am concerned, it isn't a crime until it has been reported to the police. That's certainly the attitude that insurance companies take.
And any allegation of a crime—sexual or otherwise—against a anyone (including other students) is, as far as I am concerned, a libel unless the accuser takes it to court.
If the accuser is not prepared to take their allegation to court then it is simply an accusation: and until the accuser is prepared to substantiate that allegation in court and the substance is proven beyond all reasonable doubt, in court, it is a libel.
And if the accuser continues to repeat the allegation, without doing any of those things, it is a libel. And in that case, the accused should be able to sue their accuser until the cows come home.
And since universities are not courts, I don't see why they should be keeping any records of such allegations.
We have a justice system. So, o students, if you are too much of a precious little flower to use the channels of justice that exist, then that's just tough.
UPDATE: Timmy says something similar.