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Read: UNC Settles Lawsuit with Daily Tar Heel Over Silent Sam Meetings

UNC Settles Lawsuit with Daily Tar Heel Over Silent Sam Meetings

The lawsuit said settlements made between UNC and a pro-Confederate group over the removal of the Silent Sam statue violated the state’s Open Meetings Law.

Read: UNC Names New Safety Commission to Review Campus Safety Concerns

UNC Names New Safety Commission to Review Campus Safety Concerns

After several campus safety issues involving campus police and the Silent Sam statue protests, UNC will work with campus groups to hopefully resolve them.

Read: Confederate Protestors Bring Gun to UNC Campus, Police Don’t Arrest

Confederate Protestors Bring Gun to UNC Campus, Police Don’t Arrest

Confused about jurisdiction, UNC police did not arrest or charge the Confederate protestors who had a gun and other weapons in plain sight on campus.

Read: Report: UNC Officers Weren’t Properly Trained for ‘Silent Sam’ Protest

Report: UNC Officers Weren’t Properly Trained for ‘Silent Sam’ Protest

The report claims that understaffing, lack of training and miscommunication had a direct effect on the protest’s outcome.

Read: UNC Student Invents Campus Safety App with Social Media Influence

UNC Student Invents Campus Safety App with Social Media Influence

Grooop, a mobile app that touts a hybrid of campus safety and social media, was created by a junior at the University of North Carolina.

Read: UNC Reviewing Emergency Alert System After Failure

UNC Reviewing Emergency Alert System After Failure

The University of North Carolina’s ‘Alert Carolina’ mass notification system failed during an incident July 22.

Read: Spotlight on the CS Director of the Year: Accessibility Leads to Success

Spotlight on the CS Director of the Year: Accessibility Leads to Success

Because of his enthusiastic participation in campus life and hard work, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Police Chief Jeff Baker has been able to garner support for the expansion of his agency’s jurisdiction, as well as acquire more resources, decrease crime, develop community and administration buy-in, and adopt innovative Clery compliance practices in only two years. All this and more is why Baker has been named this year’s Director of the Year.

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