N.C. bill would make private college police records open

From Winston-Salem Journal:

State Rep. Leo Daughtry, R-Johnston, has introduced the bill that would make public the arrest records of police agencies at the state’s private colleges and universities. That is essentially the same information that municipal police agencies now provide to the public and the news media.
The bill also coincides with the state Supreme Court’s pending decision about whether campus police at private colleges must be publicly transparent with their records.
“It (the bill) says basically that private colleges will give to the press that same thing as public colleges,” Daughtry said. “It has good chance because I don’t know anyone who is against it.”