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Safety Law News for October 27, 2017

In Indiana, six officers from Clark County's juvenile probation program will relocate their offices to the middle and high schools in Clarksville Community Schools, Greater Clark County Schools and West Clark Community Schools. The policy is designed to provide students on probation or at risk with better resources to succeed.

In California, officials in Santa Clara County are implementing an anti-bullying program that includes having school resource officers make presentations in elementary schools to arm students with knowledge about how to handle it.

In Maine, officials in Bar Harbor are implementing a school resource officers program. The memorandum of understanding with the Mount Desert Island Regional School System establishes guidelines on how the schools will interact with law enforcement.

In New Jersey, educators and police in Robbinsville have agreed to assign a second K-9 dog to the township's schools. The dogs are used to sniff out explosives and tracking humans, like a lost child, missing person or a fleeing suspect.

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