SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The University of California says it investigated 113 cases of sexual misconduct at its 10 campuses over a three-year period prior to a series of scandals at UC Berkeley last year.

Details of the cases were released in hundreds of pages of documents because of a public records request made by The Associated Press and other media last April.

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The 113 cases were filed against staff or faculty between Jan. 1, 2014 and April 6, 2016.

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The UC said in a statement that about 58 percent of the cases came from complaints by staff members, while 35 percent were from student complaints. It said 7 percent of the cases involved sexual assault.

Berkeley faced criticism last year for its handling of a string of sexual harassment cases.

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