Ark. District to Install Surveillance Cameras in Classrooms
PINE BLUFF, Ark.— The Pine Bluff school board approved placing cameras in the classrooms of Pine Bluff High School and Jack Robey Junior High in efforts to maintain staff and student safety.
There will not be anyone monitoring the cameras around the clock and they will only be viewed if there is a problem, Piccola Washington, school board president, told ABC 7.
The school district will be putting the project out for bid.
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