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UF campus advisory focuses on campus safety

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With the start of classes at the University of Florida, talks about campus safety and the reduction of security risks begin as well. WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Brown spoke with UF’s Public and Environmental Safety Assistant Vice-President Linda Stump about a new campus-wide advisory sent by the University of Florida Police Department focusing on activism on campus and the overall safety climate.

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