Campus Police

Read: Schools Beefing Up Funding for Campus Police, Security Officers

Schools Beefing Up Funding for Campus Police, Security Officers

Despite a nationwide movement to minimize police and security personnel on campus, some schools are hiring even more officers.

Read: Mississippi State Revamps Its Security Force

Mississippi State Revamps Its Security Force

MSU plans to beef up its patrol with new campus security officers now that the COVID-19 dust has cleared.

Read: Portland State University Police to Go Unarmed This Fall

Portland State University Police to Go Unarmed This Fall

After lengthy debate and delays, PSU is ready to disarm its campus police officers.

Read: Police Officers May be Removed from Amherst College

Police Officers May be Removed from Amherst College

A consultant firm has been hired by Amherst to determine the necessity of armed police officers on campus.

Read: Fremont School Board Votes to Keep SROs

Fremont School Board Votes to Keep SROs

Despite task force recommendation to disband on-campus police, Fremont School Board reinstated the SRO program at a cost of $913,000 per year.

Read: Johns Hopkins University to Send Mental Health Providers on Security Calls

Johns Hopkins University to Send Mental Health Providers on Security Calls

Launching as a pilot program this fall, mental health providers will assist campus security on calls that stem from mental health issues.

Read: Berkeley High School Grapples with Role of SROs in School Safety

Berkeley High School Grapples with Role of SROs in School Safety

School board debates the duties provided by the campus SRO and if more officers are necessary.

Read: Tip to School Officer Lands Family Member of Student in Jail for Sexual Abuse

Tip to School Officer Lands Family Member of Student in Jail for Sexual Abuse

A Washington City truck driver is facing five counts of first-degree felony sexual assault thanks to a tip provided by a student to a school resource manager.

Read: Amarillo ISD Board Approves New Campus Police Department

Amarillo ISD Board Approves New Campus Police Department

After weighing the pros and cons, Amarillo ISD Board of Trustees is pressing forward with the establishment of its own law enforcement agency.

Read: School Reviews Background Check Process After Teacher is Shot, Killed by Drug Cartel

School Reviews Background Check Process After Teacher is Shot, Killed by Drug Cartel

A North Carolina school is reviewing and updating its background check process and considering heavier surveillance in response to the shooting.

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