Detroit schools implement high-tech scanning systems

08/30/2011 | Detroit Free Press

Detroit Public Schools have installed new high-tech scanning systems in all district high schools this year in an effort to improve safety for students and staff. The View Systems scanning devices, which cost $534,000, are similar to airport systems that record photos of individuals and identify metal objects on them, and will be accompanied by more surveillance cameras and a new motorcycle patrol unit.

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