UNC Charlotte’s safety and security measures five years later

Saturday, April 27, 2024
Niner Times

In the five years since the April 30, 2019, shooting, UNC Charlotte has made changes to its safety and security policies, such as door locks and timely warnings. The University began making additional changes after a false active shooter threat on Feb. 1, 2024. The campus community was frustrated with how the University handled the falsely reported threat and pushed the University to adjust its safety and security protocols to be more prepared for an active shooter threat. 

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