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 April 23, 2015  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Brian Zahn reports:

The Middletown Board of Education voted Tuesday night to revise its search and seizure policy to reflect that only the school panel can vote to allow drug-sniffing dogs access to the high school.

Superintendent Pat Charles presented the policy to the board at its Tuesday meeting, after adding a “reasonable suspicion” clause requirement before staff can allow police and canines into the school.

Read more on the Middleton Press.

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