The Michigan Daily--Friday, September 26, 1980 Page 3
By DAVID MEYER
Representatives of the Ann Arbor
Police Department and campus
security office fielded questions last
night from about 70 students-many of
them angry and scared-who want to
improve campus safety and devise
strategies to combat campus crime.
Officials of both law enforcement
departments calmly explained to the
crowd at the MSA Security Task Force
meeting the practical and financial
constraints on policing the campus.
Although the . officers are doing
everything in their power to improve
campus security, "the bottom line ... is
the cost," said Leo Heatly, an official
from the University's Department of
BUT THE RESPONSE of one female
student exemplified the fear and anger
many students have felt over campus
security since the murder of University
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DETECTIVE DAN Branson of the Ann Arbor Police Department fields
questions from students concerned about the campus security situation.
Audio-Visual Services-Emotional Aspects of Pregnancy, Help! I'm a New
Parent, 12:10 p.m., SPH II Aud.
Alt. Action Films-The Adventures of Robin Hood, 11:15 p.m. only, MLB 4.
Cinema Guild-The Jungle Book, 7, 8 p.m., Lorch Hall ud.
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Center for S, and S.E. Asian Studies-Clifford Geertz, "The Balinese State
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Department of Sociology-Anne Fausto-Sterling on "The Emotions of
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