21 Dec 2012

University announces new safety policies for spring semester

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Interesting article posted on Dailytrojan.com. The University of Southern California Department of Public Safety will implement new security measures effective beginning of the 2013 Spring semester after the Halloween shooting on campus that injured four people. New measures include fingerprint scanners for students to enter on-campus housing, closing the campus from 9pm to 6am, and entrance checkpoints that require students and faculty to present ID. Furthermore, 38 new security cameras are being added to the 72 cameras already installed to increase security and minimize any threats from outside the campus.

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University announces new safety policies for spring semester

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