Video: Question Raised Over Police Protocols After ISU Shooting

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Pocatello city officials say they've calmed some of their concerns over appropriate response protocols between city police and campus security at Idaho State University.

In particular, city officials pointed to a September incident in which an ISU professor accidentally shot himself. The Pocatello city attorney had accused ISU's officers of delaying a call to Pocatello police to respond to the incident. In another incident, the city attorney accused ISU security officers of pulling over a driver and administering a blood alcohol test before calling Pocatello police.

ISU President Arthur Vailas told KIDK-TV that his school's officials will "work with the city to establish means for addressing future concerns."

And Pocatello Police Chief Scott Marchand said he would be meeting on a regular, monthly basis with ISU Public Safety Director Stephen Chatterton.