Student Crime

Read: Court Sides with UCLA in Student Privacy Lawsuit

Court Sides with UCLA in Student Privacy Lawsuit

Norman Lozano argued the security measures the university had in place were insufficient.

Read: Teacher Speaks After Resolving Classroom Hostage Situation

Teacher Speaks After Resolving Classroom Hostage Situation

Twila Smith managed to alert police of the situation and calm the gunman down without a single shot being fired.

Univ. of Mich. to Contact Students’ Parents about Drug, Alcohol Policy Violations

The school says the new policy is geared toward getting students support as early as possible.

Read: 2 Universities Have Separate Shootings in 2 Days

2 Universities Have Separate Shootings in 2 Days

A student was shot and killed at Savannah State University and a suspectt was arrested after shooting into a crowd near Texas Southern University..

Read: Baylor Football Player Found Guilty of Sexual Assault

Baylor Football Player Found Guilty of Sexual Assault

Even after his indictment, Baylor football coaches remained confident Sam Ukwuachu would play in 2015.

Read: Students Accused of Stealing Items from Texas Schools Worth $250k

Students Accused of Stealing Items from Texas Schools Worth $250k

At least one of the 15 and 16 year old suspects was a student at one of the schools.

Read: At Campus Safety Conference Sheriff Dart Gives Insights, Advice

At Campus Safety Conference Sheriff Dart Gives Insights, Advice

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart was the Campus Safety conference’s first keynote speaker in Chicago. His speech focused on dealing with sexual assault on college campuses.

Calif. School District Working to Deter Student Drug Abuse

The Selma Unified School District will bring a program to its schools to prevent students from using drugs and conduct random searches with drug sniffing dogs in the upcoming school year.

Read: Meet the University Security Experts Presenting at the Campus Safety Conference in Chicago

Meet the University Security Experts Presenting at the Campus Safety Conference in Chicago

The Campus Safety conference in Chicago will be split up into three tracks designed to serve the needs of security professionals in different fields: K-12, higher education and hospitals.

Read: Understanding Title IX Consequences at the K-12 Level

Understanding Title IX Consequences at the K-12 Level

Jules Irvin-Rooney presented on June 25 at the Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C.

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