Anti-campus police protesters disrupted a student’s testimony before the board of trustees, which student was arguing in favor of keeping campus police officers armed in case of emergencies.
Topic: campus police
Five years after a tragic mass shooting, some college students at a University of California campus want to ban armed police officers.
A student group at Marquette University told students that they should not call the police if they feel threatened, but should handle it themselves.
Loyola’s campus police officers were cleared in a private investigation on whether several officers racially profiled two black ticket scalpers at a university basketball game.
Apparently, Georgetown University does not arm its campus police officers with sidearms, but with pepper spray and batons. One group at the university is petitioning the university to change that practice.
Now, nearly five months after the fact, we know a lot more about what transpired before the Charlottesville face-off between the alt-right and alt left, thanks to a public records request from The Chronicle of Higher Education that netted the publication thousands of internal emails from UVA.
College administrators won’t arm its campus police with rifles, which led to the campus police chief resigning from the police force.
A student government resolution at Cal-Berkeley wants to cancel a university police training program called Urban Shield, but the university will ignore the resolution.
A woman is suing Cal-Berkeley for $23 million due to being pepper sprayed (and other things) during the disrupted Milo Yiannopoulos event earlier this year.
“Community control” of campus police is a new demand, this time from the University of Wisconsin-Madison student government.