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Princeton can keep its cops unarmed, OSHA says

Date: July 8, 2008
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QUOTE: Princeton University's policy of not allowing its officers to carry guns on campus doesn't hurt the officers' ability to do their jobs, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration ruled. OSHA closed the case on June 24 after ruling on June 20 that Princeton had complied with OSHA regulations. The complaint, filed by Public Safety Fraternal Orders of Police's president and patrolman James Lanzi, alleged that the policy of not allowing Public Safety officers to carry guns was an occupational hazard.

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The owner of this source is UWIRE, which is not listed as an option when I tried to set it.

-- K. Galippo on July 08, 2008 09:50 PM (view details)

 
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