Additional security measures were imposed Tuesday at Case Western Reserve University just days after four students were robbed at gunpoint inside  Wade Commons.

The university said a security officer would be stationed inside the building during business hours and would remain at that post until a remote camera and door-buzzer system is installed.

The security booth once located on the west side of East115th street, adjacent to Mather Park, was also expected to be reopened.

It was removed because of construction but will go back into effect just south of its original position, making it much closer to Wade Commons and other residence halls.

Case said it was working to supplement university police patrols with increased foot and Segway patrols in the North Residential Village.

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