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Student Security

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  • Havlik V. Johnson & Wales University (District Court of Rhode Island) A university student's assault on another student that occurred on public property triggered Clery Act obligations that required universities participating in federal student financial assistance programs to make timely reports to the campus community of crimes committed on public property that were considered to be a threat to students and employees. (May 11, 2007). This decision is not available online. If you would like a copy of the opinion, contact your university legal counsel.

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