After MSU shooting, University of Michigan takes steps to bolster safety

Thursday, February 23, 2023
Michigan Live

How can University of Michigan bolster safety and security on campus in the wake of last week’s shooting at Michigan State University? It starts with self-evaluation, said Deputy Chief Melissa Overton of UM’s Division of Public Safety and Security (DPSS). Some of that self-evaluation has led DPSS to implement extra safety measures on the Ann Arbor campus, from increased deployment of officers and security guards to remote door locks in some university buildings.

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