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Police: Student Took LSD Before Ala. Campus Shooting

October 11, 2012
Investigators say that a nude, 18-year old University of South Alabama freshman had taken LSD and assaulted others before a campus police officer fatally shot him early Saturday morning.

Sandusky Receives 30- to 60-Year Prison Sentence

October 9, 2012
Judge John Cleland has sentenced former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky to at least 30 years and perhaps as many as 60 years in prison for his conviction on child sex abuse charges.

Ala. Campus Cop Shoots, Kills Student In 'Fighting Stance'

October 8, 2012
A muscular, naked 18-year-old student was shot by a University of South Alabama Police officer early Saturday morning after the student "repeatedly rushed toward the officer and challenged the officer in a fighting stance," according to a statement from the agency.

Prosecutors: Colo. Theater Shooter Threatened Professors Before Attack

September 28, 2012
The suspect in Colorado's deadly movie theater attack was barred from university property for threatening a professor, prosecutors said in court documents released Friday, raising more questions about why campus police didn't report his actions to other authorities.

Pepper-Sprayed UC Davis Students to Receive Settlement

September 17, 2012
The University of California Regents approved an undisclosed settlement for the 21 UC Davis students and alumni who received a point-blank pepper-spraying from campus police in November 2011.

iHelp Plus App Offers Personal Safety Features

September 14, 2012
A new personal safety iPhone app called iHelp Plus offers features including customizable alarms, built-inflashlight, and GPS tracking to identify a user's exact location.

Shots Fired at Illinois High School

September 7, 2012
A student has been taken into custody after gun shots were fired into the ceiling of Normal Community High School in Normal, Illinois.

L.A. Schools Move Away From Zero-Tolerance Policies

September 4, 2012
In a decisive step away from the zero tolerance policies of the 1990s, Los Angeles school police have agreed to stop issuing citations to truant students and instead refer them to city youth centers for educational counseling and other services to help address their academic struggles.

Students, Parents Struck By 100-Year-Old Driver Outside School

August 30, 2012
A 100-year-old man hit 11 people—including nine children—with his car Wednesday just after classes at Main Street Elementary had let out for the day.

Student Wanted To Kill Officer To Join Hells Angels

August 29, 2012
A North Carolina State University student was involuntarily committed last month at the V.A. Hospital in Durham after telling campus police he planned to go on a killing spree, according to a court document.

Md. School Shooter Charged As Adult

August 28, 2012
The 15-year-old Perry Hall High School student suspected of shooting a 17-year-old classmate on Monday will face attempted first-degree murder and first-degree assault charges.

Md. Student Shot On First Day of School

August 27, 2012
Police arrested a 15-year-old boy who opened fire in a high school cafeteria Monday on the first day of school at Perry Hall High School in Baltimore County. The shooter, who was a student, was taken into custody after two school staff members him and pinned him against a vending machine.

UC Davis Police Chief Overrules Panel, Fires Pepper-Spray Officer

August 3, 2012
UC Davis Police Chief Matthew Carmichael rejected a review that found Lt. John Pike should have faced demotion or a suspension at worst for his involvement in a pepper-spraying controversy that took place on campus in November. Instead, Pike was fired.

Psychiatrist Warned U. of Colo. About Accused Shooter

August 2, 2012
Officials at the University of Colorado Denver reportedly didn't follow up on warnings that accused theater shooter James Holmes was potentially dangerous. The school also sent e-mail to the campus community instructing them not to speak to the media in the wake of the July 20 massacre.

Police: Calif. Professor Plotted Mass Murder

August 1, 2012
A University of California, Irvine professor who was grieving the suicide of his teenage son is accused of writing in e-mail that he would commit mass murder at his late son's high school.

UC Davis Pepper Spray Officer Says He Was Fired

August 1, 2012
Lt. John Pike, a central figure in last November's pepper-spraying incident at UC Davis, is no longer employed by the university as of Tuesday. UC Davis officials declined further comment; however, Lt. Pike told the Sacramento Bee he was terminated.

17 Hurt In Ala. Bar Shooting, Suspect In Custody

July 17, 2012
A man toting a military style assault rifle opened fire at a crowded bar in Tuscaloosa, Ala., early Tuesday, wounding 17 people before fleeing the scene. Suspect Nathan Van Wilkins, 44, turned himself in to authorities in Jasper.

Report: Penn State Officials Disregarded Sandusky Victims

July 12, 2012
Top Penn State officials demonstrated little concern for the welfare of Jerry Sandusky's victims until after his arrest, former FBI Director Louis Freeh found in his investigation of the case.

Video: Calif. Teacher Runs Off Cliff During Car Chase

July 11, 2012
A Los Angeles teacher accused of lewd acts with a 14-year-old girl led officers on a lengthy pursuit Tuesday that ended when his truck went airborne and crashed into a child-care center.

Suicidal Calif. Teacher's Pursuit, Crash

July 11, 2012

A Los Angeles teacher accused of sexually abusing a 14-year-old student crashed into a child-care center, after leading officers on a pursuit from Lakewood to Rancho Palos Verdes on Tuesday. Read the full story here.

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