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Stacy Brown, the recently resigned chief of Police Services at The Evergreen State College, discusses the need for college police to have rifles in the event of an active shooter. She also talks about difference in philosophy between the college and police at a Senate Law and Justice Committee work session. Courtesy TVW
Stacy Brown, the recently resigned chief of Police Services at The Evergreen State College, discusses the need for college police to have rifles in the event of an active shooter. She also talks about difference in philosophy between the college and police at a Senate Law and Justice Committee work session. Courtesy TVW

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