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In months since UNLV shooting, officials work to keep campus safe


It’s already been two months since the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus shooting in early December that left three professors dead and one seriously injured. The shooter was killed by UNLV police.

That shooting touched a lot of people.

But we all move on. We don’t, however, need to forget. And for students and employees, the images, fear and anxiety of that day are frozen in time.

They won’t forget. And they are working to ensure it doesn’t happen again. So are university police.

Guests: Doug Unger, professor and president, Las Vegas chapter of Nevada Faculty Alliance; Arnold Vasquez, assistant director, University Police Services

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Joe Schoenmann joined Nevada Public Radio in 2014. He works with a talented team of producers at State of Nevada who explore the casino industry, sports, politics, public health and everything in between.
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