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Campus police renew call to carry arms

Va. Tech slayings rekindle debate

Lieutenant Pam Curtis, an officer at Framingham State College, patrolled a corridor of the science building yesterday. School officials are discussing whether the police should be armed. Lieutenant Pam Curtis, an officer at Framingham State College, patrolled a corridor of the science building yesterday. School officials are discussing whether the police should be armed. (BILL POLO/GLOBE STAFF)
By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / April 28, 2007

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Campus police at several Boston-area colleges are renewing calls to be allowed to carry arms in the aftermath of the mass shootings at Virginia Tech. (Full article: 1183 words)

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