I agree with the detective and Chris Cole. Cizauskas should have been banned form campus and not allowed to play basketball at the Kohl center.
UW officials OK’d former recruit accused of sexual assault to play at Kohl Center
Chancellor, chief allow Dominic Cizauskas to play at state championship
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"A former University of Wisconsin football recruit accused of sexually assaulting a student on campus was allowed to participate in his high school's state basketball championship at the Kohl Center by Chancellor Rebecca Blank and UW-Madison Police Chief Susan Riseling.
Eighteen-year-old Dominic D. Cizauskas was charged with third-degree sexual assault. He is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a UW residence hall dorm room last December.
The detective who investigated the case and Chris Cole, the head of threat services on the UW campus, both recommended banning Cizauskas from campus after he had been arrested but not yet charged with the crime.
However, in a March 13 email from Cole, obtained through an open records request by News 3, he wrote, "After the chief consulted with the chancellor, it was decided that a ban letter would be issued, but with a limited exception allowing Cizauskas to be present at the Kohl Center in order to play in the Mukwonago game(s) this weekend."
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Can totally understand how someone who has been convicted of a crime can be banned from an area for a period of time, but ain't too sure how I feel about someone being punished for being charged with a crime...and it doesn't seem right at all to ban someone simply on the basis of an arrest and not yet charged.
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