campus crime

Advocates for permitting more guns on campus carried by non law-enforcement often make the argument that doing so will make
The reality is that college can be a dangerous place for students. Beyond sex, drugs and alcohol, campus crime is a serious issue even at the top schools. Are you enrolled in or have a son or daughter attending one of the top U.S. colleges? Have you seen the campus crime reports for your school?
If the Obama administration is serious about preventing sexual assault on campus, it has to start by actually enforcing the minimal requirement that the colleges attempt to count the number of students brave enough to speak out about the crimes they've experienced.
Iowa State University was out of compliance with federal law for years because of the limited way students were informed
Far from being a leader in the field of prevention, evidence suggests that the problems of sexual assault may be more acute at Dartmouth than at many American universities.
As I told the mother interested in sending her daughter to a "safe school," families should look at the written and practiced policies at an institution.
Even as the chorus of voices decrying that college campuses have not done enough to both address and prevent sexual violence continues to crescendo, there still somehow is this universal sense that college officials are going out of their way to turn a blind eye to these issues on our campuses.
Sexual assaults are among the most difficult and complex cases in the criminal justice system. Allowing untrained amateurs to work on these cases is demeaning to victims and unfair to those accused. Then they should get out of the way and let professionals do the job.
"Most University of Wisconsin campuses have fully commissioned police departments, so citations are issued when underage
Five campuses from the UW system make the top 20 list for drug and alcohol arrests, and 10 of the 50 schools with the most