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Cameras pictured on B-P campus

Devices a new security measure

April 29, 2014

BROADALBIN — When students come to school next year in the fall, they will notice dozens of new security cameras in all the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District campus buildings....

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Apr-29-14 10:21 PM

Lets Pennsylvania a student walks into to his school every day. Cameras would show this to be "routine/normal" behavior, but one day he walked in concealing two kitchen knives. So will these $50,000 cameras be able to stop a tragedy like that?

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Apr-29-14 9:16 PM

So they took extra money left over approved to fix a roof (by voters) and used it to buy cameras?? That's taxpayer money boys any left over should be returned in the form of tax relief.. BTW there's no mention of active viewing .. So there is zero chance of catching someone before they start shooting.. Tapping into them minutes later is only going to help identify the shooter if he doesn't kill himself first.. There will be a paid security position in the next budget to sit and watch these cameras I bet.. Big over reach on the boards part..

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