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Policies and Procedures

Read: Shirtless Man Buzzed into Park Lane Elementary Had Gun, Drugs

Shirtless Man Buzzed into Park Lane Elementary Had Gun, Drugs

The town’s police chief is now calling for the principal’s firing after the man was buzzed in despite his concerning behavior.

Read: 5 Ways Campus Police Officers and Traditional Police Officers Differ

5 Ways Campus Police Officers and Traditional Police Officers Differ

Campus police and traditional police have a lot in common, but that doesn’t mean they’re the same.

Read: Univ.  of Colorado Updates Policies on Academic and Speech Freedoms

Univ. of Colorado Updates Policies on Academic and Speech Freedoms

The University of Colorado board of regents unanimously voted to pass policies regarding free speech and academic freedoms on campus.

Read: ACLU Files Lawsuit Against 12 N.J. School Districts Claiming Immigrant Bias

ACLU Files Lawsuit Against 12 N.J. School Districts Claiming Immigrant Bias

The lawsuit claims the districts violate state law by requiring parents provide forms of state-issued ID in order to enroll their children.

Read: Court Rules UNC-Chapel Hill Must Reveal Names of Sexual Assault Perps

Court Rules UNC-Chapel Hill Must Reveal Names of Sexual Assault Perps

The unanimous decision reverses a judge’s 2017 order that UNC-Chapel Hill could withhold information related to sexual assault cases under FERPA.

Read: 2017 FIRE Report: 32 Percent of Colleges Restrict Free Speech

2017 FIRE Report: 32 Percent of Colleges Restrict Free Speech

The report also found only 7.6 percent of surveyed schools have policies that do not seriously threaten the First Amendment rights of its individuals.

Read: Michigan State Police Change Event Security Policies

Michigan State Police Change Event Security Policies

The Michigan State police will increase their presence at events and a no bag policy has been instated at indoor athletic facilities.

Read: UC Sues Trump Administration over DACA Repeal

UC Sues Trump Administration over DACA Repeal

UC President Janet Napolitano was secretary of the Department of Homeland Security from 2009 to 2013 and helped create the DACA program.

Read: Colleges Pledge to Protect DACA Students After Program Repealed

Colleges Pledge to Protect DACA Students After Program Repealed

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announces DACA will be phased out in six months and urges Congress to legislate a replacement program.

Read: Trans Students Win Legal Battles Amidst Trump Administration Changes

Trans Students Win Legal Battles Amidst Trump Administration Changes

Despite changes to transgender rights by the Trump administration, trans students have seen recent victories in legal battles for their school rights.

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