Illinois governor to seek $25 million to boost college campus security

April 16, 2008
State task force report says needed improvements would cost $41 million

Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich will ask legislators for $25 million to help colleges bolster security, a job the state's public universities estimated would cost $41 million, according to a campus security task force. The task force issued recommendations on emergency response, mental health services and the treatment of privacy laws.

To read The Chicago Tribune article, click here.

Read the entire STATE OF ILLINOIS CAMPUS SECURITY TASK FORCE REPORT TO THE GOVERNOR:

Part One and Part Two (PDF files)

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