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In the wake of campus violence such as that at the University of Virginia, school leaders should examine what they can do to help reduce sexual assaults.
Colleges should beef up their relationships with local police departments. That means monitoring student interactions with police and doing checks to see which students have been arrested at least once per semester. University of Virginia President John Casteen III has vowed to start such checks.
Other suggestions involve the legal system, such as requiring students to self-report any convictions. Another possibility is obligating police departments to notify campuses if a student is involved in a crime.…