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Most Dangerous colleges?

Do you really care if some blogger decides to do a list of the most dangerous colleges? Apparently the answer is yes!  Especially if your school is listed in those top 25 most dangerous places of higher education.  But what really makes a college a dangerous place to attend?  Is it the crime rate of the neighborhood surrounding your campus?  Is it the the number of students from your school who have been attacked in surrounding neighborhoods, not on campus?  Is it the number of reported rapes by either a stranger or acquaintance, even if the school rate is up because they are really good about encouraging victims to come forward?  Right now I am just asking the questions brought about by the recent articles posted here: http://bit.ly/hYQBm and here: http://bit.ly/tMXa what do you think makes your campus a safe or a dangerous place?  Looking forward to hearing from you.

Ed Kress
For over 40 years Ed Kress has been an instructor and student at the Degerberg Academy of Martial Arts, named "Best Overall Martial Arts School” worldwide by Black Belt Magazine. Master Fred Degerberg awarded Ed his 7th degree Black Belt in 2015. Growing up on Chicago’s Southside, Ed learned early in life to pay attention to his surroundings in order to avoid potentially dangerous people and situations. With the help of local law enforcement officers and directors of campus security, Ed developed a program focused on personal safety on the streets, and as it relates to the high school and college experience. Ed has trained thousands of adult men and women as well as high school and college students to improve their personal and situational awareness and, when necessary, how to physically defend themselves using their brains and a wide variety of martial arts techniques.
http://www.actinselfdefense.com

One Reply to “Most Dangerous colleges?

  1. Hi,

    Thank you for your comment and the compliment. Yes. You can copy the information from my blog as long as I am cited as the author and a link to my blog is provided.

    Thank you,
    Ed Kress

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