In theory, having a security officer or monitor at every school sounds like a great idea; but public funding and budgets make that nearly impossible.
An armed police officer could be in every school in Southlake by the fall, at no cost to the Carroll Independent School District.
The Fort Worth Police Department on Friday will announce a new program to add more security in schools without increasing the numbers of uniformed officers on campus.
The Dallas Independent School District Board of Trustees is set to discuss a proposal which would provide an additional $4.5 million to improve campus security across the district’s schools.
One North Texas school superintendent wants more funding for security.
Three state lawmakers want to allow voters to set up special taxing districts to pay for enhanced security at Texas public schools.
There are new security systems headed to elementary schools in one North Texas school district. The Arlington school board is moving ahead to install buzzer/camera systems at all of its 51 elementary schools.
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