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Campus Police

Read: How Campus Police Can Help Colleges With Parent Relations

How Campus Police Can Help Colleges With Parent Relations

Campus police have a lot to offer parents during their student’s first years at college.

Read: In Rush to Add School Security Officers, Don’t Lose Sight of Best Practices

In Rush to Add School Security Officers, Don’t Lose Sight of Best Practices

Putting police officers in schools can make a big impact on school safety— if it’s done right!

Read: 1 Dead, 1 Arrested in Sonoma State University Stabbing

1 Dead, 1 Arrested in Sonoma State University Stabbing

The fatal stabbing occurred Sunday night in a first-year student residential community the night before final exams were set to begin.

Read: MSU Releases Final Title IX Report, Outlines Changes

MSU Releases Final Title IX Report, Outlines Changes

Part two of a two-phase independent review of the school’s Title IX program found its failure to communicate “may irreparably undermine” Title IX progress.

Read: Yiannopoulos to Return to Cal Poly, Increased Security Expected

Yiannopoulos to Return to Cal Poly, Increased Security Expected

Cal Poly spent an estimated $55,000 on security for a January 2017 appearance by Milo Yiannopoulos, which resulted in no arrests or violent altercations.

Read: ASU Police Warn of Sex Traffickers at College Parties

ASU Police Warn of Sex Traffickers at College Parties

ASU police say sex traffickers are attending college parties to recruit women into prostitution by putting them in compromising positions and threatening to expose them to the campus community.

Read: Yale University Police Protesting Delays in New Contract

Yale University Police Protesting Delays in New Contract

Yale University police have not had a collective bargaining agreement with the school since June 2016.

Read: University of Chicago Students Protest After Student Shot by Police

University of Chicago Students Protest After Student Shot by Police

Students and faculty rallied on Thursday, calling for increased access to mental health resources on campus and a decrease in campus police powers.

Read: Tulane Police Chief, Others Resign Over Records Controversies

Tulane Police Chief, Others Resign Over Records Controversies

The scandal has called the Tulane Police Department’s practice of responding to calls off campus into question.

Read: University of Cincinnati to Pay Ray Tensing $350K in Settlement

University of Cincinnati to Pay Ray Tensing $350K in Settlement

Charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter were dropped against former UC police officer Ray Tensing following two mistrials.

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