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Portland police reviewing security arrangements at CASE

Published:Monday | November 18, 2013 | 2:42 PM

The Portland police say they are looking at improving security arrangements at the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) which has been plagued by a series of violent incidents in recent months.

On Sunday 18-year-old Andre Angus student was stabbed and injured at the institution.

In September the body of Cyprian Moncrieffe, a lecturer at the institution, was found on the campus.

Superintendent of police Wayne Cameron says while police personnel are assigned to the college in the daytime, that arrangement will be reviewed as most of the incidents happen at nights.

The student who was stabbed is said to be responding well to treatment and remains in hospital.

His attacker remains in police custody.


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