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NCJ Number: 42698 Find in a Library
Title: POLICE AT THE SCHOOLHOUSE
Journal: PHI DELTA KAPPAN  Volume:57  Issue:3  Dated:(NOVEMBER 1975)  Pages:206-207
Author(s): W G KATZENMEYER; J E SURRATT
Corporate Author: Phi Delta Kappa
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 2
Sponsoring Agency: Phi Delta Kappa
Bloomington, IN 47401
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS ARTICLE REPORTS ON A SURVEY OF 711 PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND 418 CHIEFS OF POLICE UNDERTAKEN TO DETERMINE TRENDS IN SCHOOL SECURITY AND THE USE OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE POLICE IN SCHOOL FACILITIES.
Abstract: AMONG THE SPECIFIC FACTORS REPORTED IN THIS ARTICLE ARE THE USE OF SECURITY OFFICERS AT AFTER-SCHOOL EVENTS, USE OF POLICE OFFICERS AS COUNSELORS, PATROLLING OF SCHOOL HALLS DURING THE SCHOOL DAY, AND USE OF SECURITY AND SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT. ALSO DISCUSSED ARE THE POSSIBLE TENSIONS BETWEEN POLICE AND SCHOOL OFFICIALS ARISING FROM THE INCREASED UTILIZATION OF POLICE IN THE SCHOOLS....DMC
Index Term(s): High school education; Patrol; School security; School security officers; School vandalism; Special purpose public police; Surveys
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