- Associated Press - Thursday, January 12, 2017

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - The University of Arizona Police Department has posted online the names and faces of nearly 40 people banned from all or part of the school campus.

UAPD Sgt. Cindy Spasoff says people can be banned from the Tucson campus for something as minor as disrupting the library or as serious as a criminal charge. Exclusionary orders can be limited to specific buildings or cover the entire campus.

The 38-person list includes a controversial street preacher arrested for assault on the campus and a man who was charged with sexual assault.

According to Spasoff, the bans last a minimum of six months and can be requested by police officers, university faculty or administrators. A person who is given an exclusionary order can request that it be reviewed by the school.

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