Safety gaps on downtown campuses

Nov 11, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Palm Beach Post

Downtown students and their expensive electronics provide what Georgia State University's police chief calls a "target-rich environment" for predators, and predators are working overtime.

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“Yet another average white man.”

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Wow, just look at the comparison of schools in this article. Clark Atlanta, a "historically black university" has way more of these incidents. What does that say? Bad security? Or is it a school where thugs don't mind robbing their own?
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just another example of the police not doing their job.These universities hire mostly WANT TO BE cops.or RENT A COP

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