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Read: Campus Safety Conference Delivers Jam-Packed Education, Networking Sessions in San Antonio

Campus Safety Conference Delivers Jam-Packed Education, Networking Sessions in San Antonio

School and university security, public safety and emergency management pros came eager to learn and network last week at the first in-person Campus Safety Conference since 2019.

Read: UC Riverside Campus Safety Task Force Releases Police Reform Recommendations

UC Riverside Campus Safety Task Force Releases Police Reform Recommendations

After the task force’s findings were released, Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox announced an immediate hiring freeze on all UCPD officers.

Read: Former AG Releases Final Report on Syracuse University Police

Former AG Releases Final Report on Syracuse University Police

The report, released by Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, outlines 23 recommendations for improving campus police.

Read: Oregon State University Hires New Police Chief

Oregon State University Hires New Police Chief

Shanon Anderson will start her tenure as OSU’s associate vice president for public safety and chief of police on January 1.

Read: Study: Most Black Americans Want Police to Maintain Same Level of Presence in Their Communities

Study: Most Black Americans Want Police to Maintain Same Level of Presence in Their Communities

Nearly nine in 10 Black Americans who had interacted with police in the past year and felt they were treated with courtesy and respect wanted police presence to remain the same or increase.

Read: UT-Austin Unfairly Denied Admission to White Students, Lawsuit Claims

UT-Austin Unfairly Denied Admission to White Students, Lawsuit Claims

This is the third lawsuit that nonprofit group Students for Fair Admissions has filed against UT-Austin; it also filed a similar lawsuit against Harvard.

Read: Ex-University of La Verne Student Lied About Racist Threats, Police Say

Ex-University of La Verne Student Lied About Racist Threats, Police Say

The student allegedly sent racist threats to herself and other minority students amid tensions about how the school was handling racism on campus.

Read: How Violent Video Games, Racial Bias and School Shootings Are Connected

How Violent Video Games, Racial Bias and School Shootings Are Connected

A new study has found that violent video games are more often blamed for school shootings when they are committed by white perpetrators.

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