HARRISBURG (KDKA) – With the stroke of a pen, Governor Tom Wolf on Monday signed into law a measure aimed at making it easier to report sexual assaults on college campuses.

The new law gives colleges and universities a year to develop online, anonymous reporting systems to receive complaints about sex assaults from both students, and employees.

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Supporters say it’s the first law of its kind in the country.

“Too often, students are afraid to call police or other authorities if they are at a party because they’re going to be punished for violating an alcohol policy or a drug policy,” Gov. Wolf told a gathering of supporters at a bill signing ceremony in Harrisburg.

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Pittsburgh Police Monday released new surveillance video of a man described as a “person of interest” after a burglary and attempted sexual assault early last Friday morning in an Oakland apartment.

A woman said she was awakened by an intruder, but after a struggle, he ran off.

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Police Major Crime Cmdr. Victor Joseph told a late afternoon news conference “some help from the community is what we’re looking for from our community partners. The victim described the actor as a black male, 20 to 25 years old.”