Student Crime

Read: Duval County Public Schools Continues to Underreport Campus Crime

Duval County Public Schools Continues to Underreport Campus Crime

An August grand jury report found Duval County Public Schools staff failed to report over 2,000 crimes to the SESIR Database.

Read: Social Media: Both a Criminal Accelerant and a Law Enforcement Tool

Social Media: Both a Criminal Accelerant and a Law Enforcement Tool

While social media is increasingly being used — especially by young people — for bragging about crimes, it also continues to prove useful in solving crimes.

Read: Philly to Install 100 Cameras Near 19 Schools Impacted by Gun Violence

Philly to Install 100 Cameras Near 19 Schools Impacted by Gun Violence

Since last August, more than 500 people under the age of 18 have been shot in Philadelphia and 90 of them have died.

Read: University of Northern Iowa Not Clery Compliant, Internal Audit Finds

University of Northern Iowa Not Clery Compliant, Internal Audit Finds

UNI’s policies and procedures for fire safety drills and timely warnings are lacking, the audit determined.

Read: Jury Awards $15 Million to Family of Yeardley Love, UVA Student Killed in 2010

Jury Awards $15 Million to Family of Yeardley Love, UVA Student Killed in 2010

Yeardley Love’s family filed a wrongful death lawsuit again George Huguely V, who was convicted of second-degree murder in her death.

Read: Man Convicted in VCU Frat Hazing Death to Participate in Restorative Justice Programs

Man Convicted in VCU Frat Hazing Death to Participate in Restorative Justice Programs

As part of an agreement with the state and in consultation with the victim’s family, the former student won’t serve time behind bars.

Read: What Is Marijuana Wax and How Dangerous Is It?

What Is Marijuana Wax and How Dangerous Is It?

The marijuana wax drug, also known as marijuana oil, is highly potent and dangerous.

Read: 8 Campus Crime Scenarios: Would These Count As Clery Crimes?

8 Campus Crime Scenarios: Would These Count As Clery Crimes?

Would these campus crime scenarios be considered Clery crimes and if so, how should they be classified in an Annual Security Report (ASR)?

Read: Cornell Faculty Approves Resolution to Remove Race from Crime Alerts

Cornell Faculty Approves Resolution to Remove Race from Crime Alerts

The Faculty Senate’s resolution maintains including race in crime alerts contributes to the disproportionately violent policing of Black people.

Read: Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Research shows blue light emergency phones help deter crimes, and students and parents still want the technology on campus.

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