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(Washington Post)   Washington, DC is considering granting additional powers to the rent-a-cops who patrol its universities to help address the ongoing and horrific tragedy of loud parties that happen at night   ( divider line
    More: Stupid, d.c. council, District of Columbia, George Washington, police power, Foggy Bottom, Howard University, Student Press Law Center  
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2013-09-30 11:08:55 AM  
2 votes:
My heart breaks for those poor college kids, being forced to be considerate of their neighbors and denied the right to be obnoxiously loud at 3am.
2013-09-30 11:03:26 AM  
2 votes:
George Washington Univeristy Police are sworn police officers, not security officers.  This is just an issue about giving them extended jurisdiction.  Most police departments around the nation have overlapping jurisdiction agreements so they can operate a certain distance into another agencies area.
2013-09-30 12:01:25 PM  
1 vote:
My campus cops were real cops... kind of. They were actual police, but they also took "protect and serve" seriously. As in, they "served" campus by "protecting" us from county cops that would occasionally show up to bust a party. It was a relief on more than one occasion to hear one of those guys say "we'll take it from here".
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