New Jersey Sheriff Scolded for Confronting Professor in Classroom

by E Wayne Ross on February 23, 2010

The Chronicle: New Jersey Sheriff Scolded for Confronting Professor in Classroom

Some students at Mercer County Community College, in central New Jersey, watched the political become personal recently when the local sheriff entered a classroom to confront a professor who had mentioned him in an unfavorable light.

The college’s president, Patricia C. Donohue, last week issued a statement saying that Sheriff Kevin C. Larkin had violated the college’s policy against visitors’ entering classes in session without the approval of the instructor.

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