In a new report on the prevention of and response to violence in schools and on college campuses, a bipartisan task force of state attorneys general concludes the reporting of school crimes is "inconsistent and inaccurate" and "does not promote true accountability" on the part of schools and states.

Following the Virginia Tech massacre in April, the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) Task Force on School and Campus Safety resolved to consider what had transpired since its 1999 report on youth violence and school safety, and circulate a new report making updated recommendations.

The task force, co-chaired by Colorado


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