Florida A&M fell short on controls to stop hazing, report says

12/31/2012 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Florida A&M University had a lack of internal controls that led to communication problems among university officials and police in discovering and preventing hazing, according to a report from the Florida Board of Governors inspector general's office. The evidence, however, was insufficient to determine whether hazing allegations were ignored by officials before a drum major's death in 2011. The university has a year to make changes in order to keep its accreditation after being placed on probation.

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