CSUN professor says she stopped teaching out of fear after this test question about Donald Trump

Los Angeles Daily News quoted Erroll Southers of the USC Price School’s Safe Communities Institute on why universities should have set protocols for dealing with online harassment of faculty.

Erroll Southers, director of USC’s Safe Communities Institute, said it’s important that universities and other workplaces have formal protocols to deal with such scenarios.

When a violent threat is made, the university should offer guidance on what to do, as well as have a system of notification should another threat appear, Southers said. They should also discuss what kind of protective measures would be appropriate, including potential escorts from class to class or home to school and whether another law enforcement agency should be notified.

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