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Amy Rock, Web Editor

Amy Rock is the Campus Safety Web Editor. She graduated from UMass Amherst with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and a minor in Education. She has worked in the publishing industry since 2011, in both events and digital marketing.

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Read: Man Posing as Uber Driver Sexually Assaults Woman at American University

Man Posing as Uber Driver Sexually Assaults Woman at American University

The assailant was let go from Uber in 2015 and was banned from using the app but still had the company sticker on his vehicle.

Read: Baltimore County Public Schools Invest $13.6 Million in Security

Baltimore County Public Schools Invest $13.6 Million in Security

Baltimore County Public Schools has invested $13.6 million in school security after a 2012 shooting at Perry Hall High School.

Read: Police Dog Hired After 6 Bomb Threats at Springfield Public Schools

Police Dog Hired After 6 Bomb Threats at Springfield Public Schools

The handler is a retired Springfield, Ill., police officer with 20 years of experience in training police dogs and their handlers.

Read: Security Guard Charged with Assaulting Patient in Mental Health Unit

Security Guard Charged with Assaulting Patient in Mental Health Unit

The patient who is autistic and bipolar had been admitted to Excela Healthcare Westmoreland Hospital for self-inflicted injuries.

Read: 2 N.C. High School Coaches Fired After One Threatens Other with Gun

2 N.C. High School Coaches Fired After One Threatens Other with Gun

A basketball coach at Charlotte Country Day School has been charged with possession of a weapon on school grounds after allegedly threatening another coach.

Read: Ohio State Suspends 37 Fraternities Amid Misconduct Investigations

Ohio State Suspends 37 Fraternities Amid Misconduct Investigations

Ohio State officials say 11 of the 37 Interfraternity Council chapters have been under investigation since the beginning of the school year.

Read: Witness: Rancho Tehama Gunman Went to School to Kill Neighbor’s Son

Witness: Rancho Tehama Gunman Went to School to Kill Neighbor’s Son

A neighbor recalls hearing the gunman say he was going to kill his other neighbor’s 7-year-old son at the Rancho Tehama Elementary School.

Read: BYU Releases Findings from First-Ever Campus Climate Survey

BYU Releases Findings from First-Ever Campus Climate Survey

The campus climate survey was implemented after a 2016 report gave 23 recommendations for how the school could improve its handling of sexual assaults.

Read: Rancho Tehama Staff, Students Praised for Saving Lives During Lockdown

Rancho Tehama Staff, Students Praised for Saving Lives During Lockdown

The superintendent says only eight to 10 seconds passed between the time the lockdown was completed and when the gunman began shooting at the school.

Read: Hawaii State Hospital Waited 10 Hours to Report Dangerous Escapee

Hawaii State Hospital Waited 10 Hours to Report Dangerous Escapee

The escapee had been acquitted of a 1979 murder by reason of insanity and was diagnosed with sexual sadism and necrophilia.

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