Students at Central Washington University started the first day of classes Wednesday. They went back to class on what seems to be a safer campus. The KIMA Crime Tracker took a look at the changes. Christina Craig learned what's being done differently on campus.
Sabah Shrinzada is back at CWU for his sophomore year. He's heard the warnings about crime on campus.
"There's been theft going on. Be aware, lock your doors, and lock your cars and everything,” said sophomore, Sabah Shrinzada.
Sabah says it happened to him when his phone disappeared from his car. Overall, though, he feels safe.
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Story by Christina Craig
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