Oberlin College revises its "No Trespass" policy

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Thursday, September 5, 2013

Oberlin College has modified its “No Trespass” policy and formed a community advisory board in the wake of campus and community concerns over how it was enforced.

The college, known as one of the most liberal in the country, made several changes to the policy after questions were raised about the secret list that barred people from campus without them knowing their offense.

The new policy includes allowing security to issue a written warning, providing a list of college property, providing more written information on the trespass order, creating a one-year trespass order and creating an appeals process.

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