Follow up to Report to June 13, 2007 posting, Report to the President on the Issues Raised by the Virginia Tech Tragedy, this press release and related documents today from Virginia Tech: “On May 9, 2007, Virginia Tech President Charles Steger directed three internal reviews in the wake of the April 16 tragedy on the Virginia Tech campus. He directed the chairs “to look at strengths and weaknesses of our existing systems/infrastructure and how they may be improved or augmented to address emergency situations that might arise in the future.”
“The Security Infrastructure Group was charged with examining the universitys existing security systems and recommending changes that would enhance the universitys ability to respond quickly and effectively in situations where the safety of the campus community is jeopardized.” Read the full Security Infrastructure Group report (77 pages, PDF).
“The Interface Group evaluated the relationships between the universitys student counseling services, academic affairs, judicial affairs, and the legal system.” Read the full Interface Group report (26 pages, PDF)
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