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Thread: Why I should be allowed to carry on campus

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    Crime data for the last 2 weeks within one mile from the Community college I attend.

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    I'm in the NNE parameter of the circle you listed. Seems I am on the phone calling either 311 or 911 more then I wish to.

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    If you thought that was bad heres the area I'll have to travel through when I transfer to UNLV.

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    Nevada carrier wrote:
    Crime data for the last 2 weeks within one mile from the Community college I attend.
    . . .and some people wonder why I spend as little time in cities as I can . . .

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    Why I should be allowed to carry on campus
    So you can respond to numerous burglaries and family disturbances nearby?



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    I agree that our right to carry shouldn't end when we cross onto campus, but that map hardly shows much to worry about being a victim. I see a lot of family disturbances, auto burglaries and home burglaries. Throw in a couple narcotics arrests and a few "other disturbances" (usually loud music or such) and I think you'd have a hard time making your case to an anti that this means you 'need' to be able to carry on campus. I'll be there on campus all this summer, we'll see what it's like when school's out and it's hot out!

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    Fair enough I created a new search for the last 60 days and excluded all incidents other than assaults, burglaries, larcenies, narcotics and homicides, as well as a charted report. I included narcotics because I think we can all agree that violent crime goes hand in hand with areas where narcotics are prevalent.

    I think this sure as hell justifies my desire to be armed when having to come and go from school on foot in this area.



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