Thursday, August 28, 2008

SCSU talks security

“Each of us has a moral responsibility to foster civility on the college campus,” said Gerald Amada, recently retired from a 30-year career at City College of San Francisco, where he served as a director of the Mental Health Program.

Southern Police Chief Joe Dooley, shown at right, said members of his department are out on the campus with an emphasis on community policing and are very approachable. He said as part of better campus security, lighting has been increased, trees trimmed, bushes thinned. There also is an early warning text messaging system for bad weather or other emergencies, he said.

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