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At Fla. college campus, police staffing raises fears


By Shannon Colavecchio-Van Sickler
St. Petersburg Times

TAMPA, Fla. - At the north end of campus, University of South Florida police Officer Matt Jacoby waits to catch speeding vehicles along Fletcher Avenue.

Officer Tess O'Brien aims her radar gun from an adjacent patrol car. The county road is a recently created slow-speed zone that USF police help enforce.

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