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Baltimore County to expand school security
Baltimore County to expand school security

Baltimore County officials announced plans Tuesday to spend $9.8 million over the next three years to expand the school security system by outfitting every public school with surveillance cameras and secure doors. By the end of the program, officials said, every public school would have a network of surveillance cameras that police could monitor remotely. Every school door would be locked and require an identification card to open. Some of the technology is already in place in many schools as part of a security overhaul that began after a shooting by a student on the first day of classes at Perry Hall High School in 2012 that injured another student. "We've been on this...

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