May 072010
 May 7, 2010  Posted by  Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Curtis Eichelberger, Janet Lorin and Oliver Staley report:

College administrators, students and safety advocates in the U.S. say they are hoping the death of a University of Virginia lacrosse player will lead to the adoption of new methods for tracking violent students.

Security On Campus Inc., a King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, nonprofit advocating college safety, sees a chance to stir interest from universities and police agencies in restructuring the National Crime Information Center database, which could be updated with information about arrests of students, said S. Daniel Carter, the group’s director of public policy.

Read more in BusinessWeek.

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