Yale promotes two campus leaders as part of new approach to public safety

Yale has promoted two campus leaders to new roles as part of ongoing work to deepen student and community engagement in its public safety programs and broaden the range of health, wellness, and other experts involved in ensuring public safety on campus. Yale Police Chief Ronnell Higgins will assume a new role as Yale’s inaugural associate vice president for public safety and community engagement; Assistant Police Chief Anthony Campbell ’95 B.A., ’09 M.Div. will be Yale’s new chief of police. 

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