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Villanova University Considers Sworn Officers

October 04, 2013  | 

Villanova University officials are contemplating adding an on-campus, full-service police department.

If the university upgrades its current public safety department, it would join the 74% of U.S. colleges and universities that have sworn police officers on campus, reports UPI.

Both students and local law enforcement officers have voiced concerns with adding armed officers on campus.


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TheRookie @ 10/7/2013 11:05 PM

Yes, saw the same thing at DU. Denver Police are territorial as can be. They will never allow the Denver Sheriff Dept. to Patrol, and/or Denver University to form a Police Dept. out of their existing Campus Public Safety Dept.

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