In the midst of an investigation by city police, several campus officers including the chief have resigned or been fired from Elizabeth City State University. City officials discovered campus police never investigated 126 crime reports since 2007, including 18 sexual assaults, The Virginian-Pilot reported. The State Bureau of Investigation is looking into allegations of obstruction of justice and witness intimidation by campus police. The historically black university has enlisted off-duty patrol officers to help with campus security and solve the backlog of cases. The campus police chief, Sam Beamon, resigned Friday after 10 years on the job in the wake of a reported assault in a campus dorm that culminated in city police arresting a staff member after the university failed to act.
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