Board of Regents continues review of Tumpkin matter

Public report to be issued once complete
By Staff

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Monday continued its review of the university’s response to allegations of domestic violence by former CU assistant football coach Joe Tumpkin.

After an executive session of several hours at 1800 Grant St., the board issued the following statement:

“The Board of Regents today engaged in a collaborative discussion on issues surrounding the inquiry into the response to domestic violence allegations against former CU assistant football coach Joe Tumpkin. The board directed President Bruce Benson, in consultation with the board, to outline any necessary changes to university policies and procedures, specify how training and education will be enhanced, and recommend appropriate action for CU employees involved. A public report will be issued when complete. At the next regularly scheduled meeting June 15-16, the board will take up the contract extension for head football Coach Mike MacIntyre.”
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