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Topic - Pam Wheelock
Following an increase in robberies on and off campus in the fall, the University of Minnesota announced a multi-pronged approach on Tuesday to promote campus safety as students return for the spring semester.
"We're focusing on education initiatives, improving our enforcement during those key weekend-evening hours with the Minneapolis police department," said Pam Wheelock, vice president for university services.