TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Colleges and universities in New Jersey might soon have to place a link on their home pages showing sexual assault reports.

A New Jersey state Senate panel approved a bill on Thursday that would require higher education institutions to link to the annual total number of students or employees who reported sexual assault incidents by fellow students or employees.

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Schools would also have to provide students with a hard copy of the information.

The panel also approved two other bills aimed at reducing sexual assault on campuses.

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One requires schools to give victims contact information for sexual assault response teams and imposes a $10,000 fine for failing to do so.

The other bill requires colleges to give annual victim-response training to employees. That bill also requires sexual assault training for athletic groups, fraternities and sororities.

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