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How racial tensions may affect police in schools

A new report, based on national data, questions the efficacy of police officers in public schools.

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A new report, based on national data, questions the efficacy of police officers in public schools. Not only were students 1.5 times more likely to be arrested if they attended a school that employed a law enforcement officer, but black males were three times more likely to be arrested than their while male counterparts. (The Christian Science Monitor)

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