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The Marlboro Board of Education in Monmouth County voted last month to have an uniformed officer in all of its nine schools following the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.

According to the district’s website, Marlboro police officers will “challenge each person entering the schools from the time the buses arrive until the students leave.”

The district says there will also be “a monitor for use by the assigned police officer in each school that will continually project digital images of both interior and exterior spaces critical to maintaining the safety and security of the school.”

Source: CBS New York

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