The Emergency Nurses Association said that while it's always good to have that presence to help deter some sort of violence that might happen, the group said that in its research, rates of assault were actually higher when police or security personnel were present. It's unclear, however, if that security presence was a contributing factor.
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Published On: Nov 08 2012 09:28:19 PM CST Updated On: Nov 09 2012 08:18:19 AM CST
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