Thursday, May 27, 2010

Drug-sniffing dogs show students they’re ‘ruff’ and ready

CT Post (Seymour, CT) May 26 

“A crowd of police officers with drug-sniffing dogs descended upon Seymour High School Wednesday morning, not because they suspected trouble, but to make sure there wasn't any. The drill was part of the school system's proactive approach to keeping the school drug-free, police and school officials said…According to the policy, the dogs can search the school grounds and the hallways where the lockers are located. If the dog indicates there may be drugs in a locker, the officer has the authority to open and search the locker. The policy does prohibit the searching of individual students.”
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