Out of harm's way

Sutton, Judy
February 1994
American School & University;Feb1994, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p36d
Focuses on the efforts of security administrators in schools to combat insurgence of crime and ensure safe learning environments. Preventive measure adapted by the University of Notre Dame in Indiana; Role of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators; Security strategies; Effect of statistical factors on campus crime to enrollment; Most popular crimes in campus. INSET: A show of force (information sharing and training)..


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