I have to wonder if she called the police without going through the university channels for concerns. It sounds like she just jumped to the head of the line, so to speak, or did not get the response she wanted from the department chair, the Dean, or anyone else, so just acted on her own.
As such, particularly since her actions resulted in negative publicity for the university, I would hope she gets at least a private reprimand. Nothing public will happen, as is common in education, where closing ranks and handling things internally seems to be the norm, lest people outside the university sphere think something is not perfect in the ivory tower of academia.
My son had an English prof at Akron U. here in Ohio who was quite publicly liberal and strongly Democrat. He wrote a paper for her, and she criticized the content, not the writing, while lowering his grade. He's a pretty conservative kid and often disagreed with her comments in class, where she did all she could to influence the students as the elections approached.
It has been my experience that most campuses, generally known for idealism and tolerance are very tolerant of everything except disagreement with the liberal train of thought.
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