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 June 11, 2018  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

NBC10 reports:

In Bensalem, Bucks County, the school district has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on some 500 surveillance cameras in and around its facilities.

But the township police director, Fred Harran, doesn’t think they are enough.

He is pushing for preventative measures on another front. Harran wants Pennsylvania lawmakers to give greater access to police for information about students: grades, medical records, attendance history.

Read more on NBC10.

  2 Responses to “PA: Local Police Director Wants Laws Protecting Student Records Loosened in Midst of School Shootings”

  1. I’m a little surprised you didn’t comment about this BS excuse to spy on students.

    All across the country, police use the words ‘public safety’ to justify spying on more and more people.

    The government wants everyone to believe, that only way to stop violence is by letting them spy on EVERYONE without a warrant!

    We need more protections from warrantless surveillance not less.

  2. I actually started to comment on it. Numerous times. And each time, I wound up cursing so much that I deleted my draft comments.

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