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ERIC Number: ED066999
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 87
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New Directions in Campus Law Enforcement: A Handbook for Administrators.
Sims, O. Suthern, Jr., Ed.
These papers seek to present a collective view of campus law enforcement in the seventies, incorporating new ideas and tested formulas for meeting the demands of a post-riot generation of students. Written primarily by practitioners concerned with current unrest and its implications for the future of higher education, the papers express a belief in the academic community's ability to solve its own problems. The solutions offered settle basically on 2 major premises. The first is the assumption that colleges and universities should recognize their unique postures as separate communities, functioning within the laws of the larger community. The second is the proposition that colleges meet threats of lawlessness and disorder through preventive techniques, beginning with the establishment of workable, progressive departments charged with public safety for the community. For related document see ED 047 344. (Author/HS)
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Authoring Institution: Georgia Univ., Athens. Georgia Center for Continuing Education.