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Long Island officials detail new back-to-school safety efforts between police, educators

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone says he wants people to know that kids will be safe in schools this year thanks to the efforts of local police, school and government officials.

News 12 Staff

Aug 26, 2022, 9:24 PM

Updated 662 days ago

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone says he wants people to know that kids will be safe in schools this year thanks to the efforts of local police, school and government officials.
Most of the focus when it comes to safety preparations has to do with the threat of active shooters.
Police have held joint drills with schools and say they will continue to do so.
Police also now have direct access to live surveillance cameras at many schools, and routine safety patrols are also expected to increase.


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