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Arming police on campus

Brandeis votes OK; others debate issue

Lieutenant Pam Curtis, with Framingham State College's campus police force, coordinating security in preparation for Governor Deval Patrick's arrival for a ceremony last year. Lieutenant Pam Curtis, with Framingham State College's campus police force, coordinating security in preparation for Governor Deval Patrick's arrival for a ceremony last year. (Bill Polo/Globe Staff/FILE 2007)
By Lisa Kocian
Globe Staff / May 1, 2008

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Amid concerns that shooting rampages like those at Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois University could happen anywhere, some area colleges are debating whether to arm their campus police officers. (Full article: 845 words)

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