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This research seeks to understand the effect of police interaction on student perception around campus police and safety. Data was collected from two Midwestern institutions, one being a traditional 4 year residential campus and the other a community college. The study was conducted using a standard survey. The survey includes Likert-scale questions asking students to rank their feelings regarding their campus police officers as well as how students engage with these police officers. Students also identified alternate safety measures or protocols they utilize in lieu of police officers, based on their perceptions.

Publication Date

4-24-2019

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Graduate Research

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Graham F Hunter

Primary Advisor's Department

Counselor Education

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Presenter: Jerami Paul Johnson

Effects of Police Interaction on Student Perception of Police and Campus Safety

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