Jun 222011
 
 June 22, 2011  Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Kristen Cates reports:

The American Civil Liberties Union of Montana is looking into the possibility that school authorities in Glasgow violated students’ privacy rights this spring during searches of vehicles.

The ACLU received information that at least 15 students’ cars at Glasgow High School were searched after being sniffed by a drug-detecting dog, and two were found to contain some kind of prohibited items.

Read more on Great Falls Tribune.

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