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NCJ Number: 35371 Find in a Library
Title: HISTORY AND PROPER ROLE OF CAMPUS SECURITY, PART 2
Journal: SECURITY WORLD  Dated:(APRIL 1971)
Author(s): J W POWELL
Corporate Author: Security World Publishing Co, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1971
Page Count: 4
Sponsoring Agency: Security World Publishing Co, Inc
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: PERSONNEL SELECTION, TRAINING, UNIFORMS, FIREARMS, AND MASS STUDENT DISRUPTION ARE DISCUSSED IN RELATION TO THE PROPER ROLE OF AN EFFECTIVE CAMPUS SECURITY PROGRAM.
Abstract: PERSONNEL SHOULD BE WELL-EDUCATED, COLLEGE DEGREES ARE PREFERABLE, AND SHOULD BE TRAINED IN-HOUSE. POLICE ACADEMY TRAINING COURSES OFTEN DO NOT DEAL WITH THE PROBLEMS FOUND ON CAMPUSES. THE AUTHOR FAVORS A BLAZER AND SLACKS TYPE OF UNIFORM AS WELL AS THE CARRYING OF FIREARMS, BUT NOT AT ALL TIMES. FOR PART ONE, SEE NCJ-35370.
Index Term(s): Campus police training; Campus Security; Firearms; Personnel selection; Private police; Security training; Uniform clothing
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