Comment: Maybe it works for your schools, damn well does NOT for mine

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Maybe it works for your schools, damn well does NOT for mine

No cameras at either my school (though 1985) nor at my daughter's elementary today. And now they are installing for the first time a video intercom to replace the voice intercom at our door. If they also try to put in surveillance cams in or around the school beyond video at the main door, I will protest.

Cameras don't necessarily need to be eradicated from your school--but they are plague that I don't want spreading to my community.

No guards, no cameras, merely observant (and sometimes armed) staff and parents, that's what we need.

I do agree with your suggestion that all government cameras are public property and thus should be viewable by the public. Certainly by parents who have kids in the school.

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