College Settles on Crime Reporting

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Dominican to pay $20,000 and change its practices after New York State's attorney general (yes, him) accuses its officials of providing misleading data.

Stretching the Security Blanket

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Some campuses are consolidating their police departments, a move that experts say must be done with caution.

Locking Out Danger

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Should college classroom doors have ability to lock from the inside?

Overreporting Sexual Assaults

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Officials at University of California's Davis campus disclose that a former employee cooked the books in reporting sex crimes to the federal government.

No Felons Allowed

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A Michigan community college that this year banned all child sex offenders from enrolling will now meet with all students who are felons or whose name appears on the state’s sex offender registry to determine if their enrollment should be revoked or their admission denied.

Probing Students' Pasts

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WASHINGTON -- In the aftermath of the 2004 murder of a University of North Carolina at Wilmington student by a classmate with a history of violence against women, the deceased student's family came to see the decision-making of the university’s admissions office as one of the major factors leading to her death.

Blind Spot

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SAN FRANCISCO – Colleges do a relatively good job of preventing cashiers and low-level employees from stealing, but they’re largely inept when it comes to monitoring mid- and upper-level managers who are the most likely to perpetrate significant fraud at an institution, an expert on such crimes said at the National Association of College and University Business Officers annual meeting here Sunday.

Last Call for Blue Phones?

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A large California community college district has gotten rid of all of its emergency notification boxes to save money -- a move not yet commonplace despite boom in cell phone usage.

Gunshots in the Distance

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U. of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College deal with escalating violence in nearby Mexico.

Warrantless Dorm Search Rejected

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Courts continue to zig-zag on warrantless searches of college dormitory rooms -- with the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts on Wednesday rejecting the use of drug evidence found in 2007 in the room of two students at Boston College.

The ruling by the highest court in Massachusetts reverses an appeals court ruling last year that upheld the use of the evidence.


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