How many/percent of ex students end up get banned from enter college/university property?
Trying to get an idea in general in numbers. I know it's different for each college but if any of you work at college as security or judicial for school then you should know how many I mean around percentage out of per thousand students per college.
Example: first small college I went, it only has 900 students, in first year I only know two who got banned and cannot be on college property again order by college police department. Only reason I know two is because one of them is my roommate, second is roommate's friend who not student but end up got arrested with my roommate.
Second college I went is has 13000 students, I only know 4 of them because they live on same residences building as I do and I saw police arrested him for visiting college because he got banned a week earlier but got arrested. I live on huge building, but that's only first year. But thats only one building hold 800, but there's 13,000 students and there is many building I don't know about.
So do you have any idea how many got banned and cannot touch college property anymore cuz of their misconduct? Maybe 1 out of 200? Or not even that m
don't know of any place that aggregates such statistics
Pascal the Gambler
A very small percent
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I don't think anyone is tracking those kind of numbers.
The Cleary act requires that each college keep statistics like this. Contact the police departments from each college to find out their numbers.
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