MESQUITE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Mesquite Independent School District has implemented a new policy regarding their after-school events in an effort to increase security measures.

The district announced Tuesday that it will now require all students, even those who do not go to a school in Mesquite ISD, to present some sort of student identification when attending any after-school event.

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The district also said backpacks will not be allowed at any of the events. Also, no students will be allowed into basketball games after the fourth quarter has already started.

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Mesquite ISD joins a list of districts that have changed their policies regarding their events. The changes come after an 18-year-old was shot — and eventually died — at a Dallas ISD high school basketball game about two weeks ago.

A 15-year-old boy turned himself in and is accused of the crime.

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Districts such as Dallas and Garland have changed their bag policies at school events.