NBC Montana told you earlier this week about an alleged rape that happened in a University of Montana dorm room.
Missoula Police and UM officials are looking into it, but they say nothing about it poses a threat to others.
In February, UM students were notified, via email of two possible sexual assaults that took place on or near campus. That alert is part of the Clery Act. The act requires federally funded schools to provide a 'timely notice' of events that could be dangerous to students and faculty. If they don?t they could face fines.
UM administrators said the recent report of sexual assault that allegedly occurred in a dorm room in Miller Hall did not prompt student or faculty notification.
Lucy France is UM's Director of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. She said UM is looking into the case, but doesn't think the alleged crime is a threat to others.
?There is not a danger of serious threat to students or employees at this time,? said France.
Missoula police say in this incident, the 19-year-old victim told police the incident took place about two weeks ago. She also told them she?s acquainted with the alleged perpetrator. Officers say they have his first name and phone number.
?In the regulation it says if there's a chance of a re-occurrence and it poses a serious or reoccurring threat to students or employees, then we would send out a notice,? said France.
While the emergency notification wasn't used this time, France said the Clery Act is very important, and something administrators take into consideration with every report of sexual assault.
?We figure out what's going on and make sure we do everything we can to stop any sort of sexual violence involving our students,? France said.
NBC Montana?s been digging through minutes from the athletic department head meetings during the time a privately hired investigator looked into allegations of rape involving university students.
We found no mention of the Barz investigation until January 3, 2012.
The first time the federal law (Clery Act) outlining how a university must respond to reported sex assaults is mentioned after a mandatory coach meeting in December. That was two days before Diane Barz was hired.
You can read the meeting minutes by click here.