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Monday, June 6, 2011
The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

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TRESPASS
From Page 1
Mallory Jones, a former news 6
editor at The Michigan Daily and
former chair of the University's
chapter of the ACLU, said the
group became involved in chang-
ing the University's trespass poli-
cy because of the warning issued
against Andrew Shirvell - for-41
mer Michigan assistant attorney
general known for makingclaims
that former Michigan Student
Assembly President Chris Arm-
strong was tryingto instill a "rad-
ical homosexual agenda."
Jones said she believes the
former policy lacked clarity, and
the ACLU was concerned about
the balance of power between
DPS and the University commu-
nity.
"Parts of (policy) were just
very broad and kind of troubling
in terms of free speech issues,"
Jones said. '"So basically, we
were just worried about it and we
thought that it was kind of nerve-
wracking that DPS had so much
power when it came to banning
people from the entire campus
for breaking any University rule."
Jones said the one-year reex-
amination on trespass warnings
is the best improvement to the
policy, but she would have liked
to see appeals cases handled by a
third party.
"Before, if you were banned
with a trespass warning it was
for life, which we felt was a little
extreme," Jones said.
The University announced
the changes to thetrespass policy
on June 1, after a months-long
policy review conducted by Suel-
lyn Scarnecchia, University vice
president and general counsel
and Joe Piersante, interim execu-
tive director of DPS. At a press
briefing on June 1, Scarnecchia
said the review began in part
because of outcries from the Uni-
versity's undergraduate chapter
of the ACLU.
DPS is currently reviewing
approximately 1,800 adult and
200 juvenile trespass warnings
issued since 2001, and Piersante
said at the briefing he anticipates
rescinding about half of the issu-
ances bythe end of the summer.
The new policy will allow
officers to limit the scope of the
trespass warning to a part of one
campus or apply the warning to
the entirety of the three campus-
es. Scarnecchia said at the brief-
ing that the policy is not perfect,
but increased transparency and
detail have made it more useful.

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