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University of Northampton campus cops.

University of Northampton campus cops.

Reported crime levels at a university reached a six-year high before it began paying for police to patrol its new campus, the BBC has learned.

The University of Northampton is spending £774,027 on a team of Northamptonshire Police officers over the next three academic years.

Crimes reported from September 2012 to July 2018 included burglary, blackmail and sexual assault.

The university said student and staff safety and security was "a priority".

About 12,000 of the university's 13,000 students are based at its £350m Waterside Campus, which opened in September.

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