Tennessee: Safety Hysterics Implement University Movement Tracking System

From Tennessee State University:
Tennessee State University (TSU) is implementing a new policy to keep students and staff safe. The changes come after a rash of vandalism and a shooting this school year on campus.
It's already difficult for students to get around campus without identification.
"I use it going to the cafeteria, going in and out of my dorm and driving on campus," freshman Xavier Johnson explained about the importance of his identification.

A new policy has students and staff lining the halls at the campus police department. Each one is required to get a new photo identification. Starting on March 1st  it must be prominently displayed while on campus.
The current policy requires everyone to be able to present identification only when asked.

2 comments:

  1. Excellent! I like this new rule. And then I already wanted to write a formidable written spesch
    addressed to the dean, concerning these disorders. The University is that place where we must be in safety.

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  2. Education is most important thing in this world. Some colleges, institutes and universities offer to their students to get online classes, lectures and courses at their homes and any comfortable place where they easily do study. The nestor university is one of the university who provides a distance learning programs for all students.

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