Question of the Day: Do schools need armed constables?


Here is the Question of the Day:

Woodbridge School District will have two armed and certified constables in each of its buildings in the upcoming school year, triggered by state funding. The district previously had one unarmed security officer in each building. The new constables are former officers from various police agencies in Delaware and nearby states. Are there other actions school districts should take to keep students, educators and staffers safe?  

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