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Dallas-area school districts boosting campus security efforts

from The Dallas Morning News

Most Dallas-area educators won’t be armed this school year despite a new state law that allows concealed handguns on school campuses. For the most part, school district police departments have focused on ramping up current campus security — fortifying doors and installing more cameras — instead of arming teachers. Argyle ISD, in southwest Denton County, has approved having marshals on campus. “Let’s focus on the things we can control, which is the day-to-day security, like locking the doors,” said Dallas ISD Police Chief Craig Miller. The controversial Texas school marshal program was authorized after the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings in 2012, in which 20 children and six educators were killed in Newtown, Connecticut. more

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