Detroit agrees to drop random weapons searches

06/16/2006 | Detroit Free Press

As part of a settlement to a suit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union, Detroit Public Schools has agreed to suspend random weapons searches of students' clothing, backpacks, cars and other items, although the district will still use metal detectors at campus entrances and conduct random searches of lockers. The new policy has some parents and students worried about school safety.

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