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Read: Syracuse Hires Ex-Attorney General to Investigate Its Police Department

Syracuse Hires Ex-Attorney General to Investigate Its Police Department

Students have criticized the school’s police department for its response to student sit-ins and protests following dozens of racist incidents.

Read: URI Public Safety Department Now Receives 9-1-1 Calls Directly

URI Public Safety Department Now Receives 9-1-1 Calls Directly

Prior to the transition, 9-1-1 calls made from campus were routed to a local police department before being relayed to campus police.

Read: UCLA Drops Plan to Use Facial Recognition Technology on Campus

UCLA Drops Plan to Use Facial Recognition Technology on Campus

A group ran more than 400 pictures of UCLA athletes and staff through facial recognition software and found 58 were incorrectly matched with mugshot database photos.

Read: Kent State ‘Gun Girl’ Visit to Ohio University Sparks Protests

Kent State ‘Gun Girl’ Visit to Ohio University Sparks Protests

Kaitlin Bennett became known for posting graduation photos with her openly carrying a semi-automatic rifle on the Kent State campus.

Read: 2 S.C. School Districts Install Evolv Technology Weapons Detection Systems

2 S.C. School Districts Install Evolv Technology Weapons Detection Systems

The AI-based technology can screen 60 people per minute and does not require emptying pockets or removing bags, according to the company.

Read: 17 Essential Steps to Prepare Your Campus for a Large-Scale Public Event

17 Essential Steps to Prepare Your Campus for a Large-Scale Public Event

A Certified Public Manager and retired police lieutenant identifies 17 things campuses must do before hosting a large-scale event to ensure safety for all.

Read: Davenport University to Arm Security Officers at All 5 Campuses

Davenport University to Arm Security Officers at All 5 Campuses

The decision was made after the Michigan school conducted a two-year feasibility study following a shooting inside a dorm room.

Read: LSU Stalking Victim Told Campus Security Cameras Don’t Work Properly

LSU Stalking Victim Told Campus Security Cameras Don’t Work Properly

University officials deny the stalking victim’s claims that an LSUPD detective told her the cameras act as a deterrent rather than a surveillance device.

Read: Strengthen Your Campus Communication Plan: Tips for Higher Education

Strengthen Your Campus Communication Plan: Tips for Higher Education

Discover best practices when creating a comprehensive, up-to-date communication plan

Read: Univ. of Oregon Sororities, Local Business Pay for Private Security Patrols

Univ. of Oregon Sororities, Local Business Pay for Private Security Patrols

University officials agreed to amend its contract with a private security company to include the additional foot patrols but will not pay for it.

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