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GRCC In the News, 7-22-14

GRCC approves increased salary schedule for campus police

July 21, 2014; MLive

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – The salary schedule for Grand Rapids Community College police officers will climb by 2 percent in the 2014-15 fiscal year, under a new contract approved Monday by the college’s Board of Trustees. 43 more words

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100 Ways to Give: Finance and Administration collects for S.H.O.E.S.

The Finance and Administration team is partnering with In The Image, to help our area elementary students — GRCC’s future students!  Through the S.H.O.E.S program (Shoes Help Our Elementary Students), In The Image provides brand new back-to-school shoes for at-risk students in Grand Rapids, Wyoming and Kentwood elementary schools.  195 more words


Police Seek 3 Suspects In Carjacking On CSUN Campus

NORTHRIDGE (CBSLA.com) — Campus police released sketches Saturday of two men and a woman suspected in a Friday carjacking at Cal State Northridge.

According to campus police, the trio approached the alleged victim in a campus parking lot south of Lassen Street at about 11:35 p.m. 191 more words


Skateboard event to lead to road, parking ramp closings

On Saturday, June 21, 2014 the Meijer State Games will be hosting an Urban Downhill Skateboard Race on the streets surrounding GRCC’s Main Campus. The event runs from 4-8 p.m. 97 more words

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Move downtown will force expansion of university police

The University of Windsor Campus Community Police will be looking to expand their ranks with three new buildings opening up downtown in the coming years. 145 more words


Safety and Tips on LSU's Campus

By Samantha Falgoust

Safety on LSU’s campus is a huge concern to students, faculty, and visitors, Captain Cory Lalonde spoke on a new safety app and campus safety tips at a press conference on Tuesday at LSJI. 298 more words


Franklin & Marshall Campus Police To Carry Guns Starting This Fall

LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — Starting this fall, campus police officers at Franklin & Marshall College will be armed with handguns.

The private liberal-arts college of about 2,400 students in Lancaster announced the new policy Tuesday, one day after trustees approved it. 112 more words