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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: Last Chance to Submit 2018 Campus Safety Conference Presentations

Last Chance to Submit 2018 Campus Safety Conference Presentations

Campus Safety is accepting presenter proposals for next summer’s Campus Safety Conferences to be held in Washington, D.C., Dallas and Los Angeles. Presentations are due Nov. 17.

Read: Stabbing at Winston-Salem State Leads to Lockdown

Stabbing at Winston-Salem State Leads to Lockdown

The victim, a 20-year-old student at the North Carolina college, was taken to a nearby hospital and is listed in stable condition.

Read: Best Practices for Improving Security at Houses of Worship

Best Practices for Improving Security at Houses of Worship

Houses of worship may seem like sanctuaries from common security threats and so security providers must address potential objections unique to the market.

Read: Altercation Between TCU Bus Drivers Leads to Gunfire, Lockdown

Altercation Between TCU Bus Drivers Leads to Gunfire, Lockdown

Texas Christian University was placed on lockdown after a shuttle bus driver fired at another before hitting him with his vehicle.

Read: Former VSU Official Leaks Confidential 2014 Campus Security Report

Former VSU Official Leaks Confidential 2014 Campus Security Report

Virginia State University disputes the former official’s claim that the school did not make adequate security changes following the release of the report.

Read: 21 SUNY Fraternity Members Charged with Hazing Pledges

21 SUNY Fraternity Members Charged with Hazing Pledges

The alleged hazing included physical abuse with a paddle and forced consumption of foods and beverages meant to induce vomiting.

Read: N.J. Hospital Exec Arrested for Lewd Acts on Univ. of Delaware Campus

N.J. Hospital Exec Arrested for Lewd Acts on Univ. of Delaware Campus

Police were able to link the hospital executive vice president to four separate incidents through fingerprints and surveillance footage.

Read: Campus Safety Magazine October 2017 Issue

Campus Safety Magazine October 2017 Issue

1 in 2 Hospitals Have Seen an Increase in Crime This year Also

Read: UPDATE: 2 Fatally Shot at Grambling State

UPDATE: 2 Fatally Shot at Grambling State

The suspect, who has been charged with first-degree murder, turned himself in on Thursday evening after learning of an arrest warrant.

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