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September 20, 2007
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Universities rethink unarmed police

By Kevin Johnson
USA TODAY

BLACKSBURG, Va. Five months after the Virginia Tech massacre, some of the few remaining universities that do not permit campus police to carry guns are rethinking the firearms bans.

 
Austin Peay State University police officers Timothy Adair, left, and Piot Bol clear a stairway during a mock shooting training session on campus this July, which included city and campus police. (By Greg Williamson, The Leaf-Chronicle via AP)
The April 16 tragedy, the deadliest campus shooting in U.S. history, prompted a national reassessment of campus security plans, including whether to arm police who had not previously carried guns.

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