Apr 03, 2011 Matt Roesly
Chuck Cantrell, vice chancellor for university relations, told the Echo that the method for screening individuals has yet to be established. "The actual process and the steps that are going to be taken, those have not been hammered out yet," Cantrell told the source. "Each case is going to be looked at individually, which is the same way it is with all the university." Introducing background checks stems from the recent arrest of Bernard Morris, the Chattanoogan reports. The former UTC resident assistant was recently accused of using his access to dorm rooms to install surveillance cameras to monitor female students.