Interpretation of Predicament and Its Cause of China Campus Security Legislation

Xiangrong FANG, Jichang ZHANG


Chinese campus accidents have occurred frequently in recent years with more serious nature and wider scope. The lack of legislation makes it difficult to deal with the campus injury accidents in the judicial practice. In order to protect the legitimate rights and interests of students and schools and maintain normal teaching order, accelerating the pace of campus safety legislation is a new task for the legislature to research and solve.


Campus security; Present situation of legislation; Predicament solving strategy

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