Mass. Town Approves School Security Upgrades

DARTMOUTH, Mass. — The Dartmouth Town Council approved spending $662,000 to improve school security during a meeting Wednesday.

The two-phase security upgrade will include improving safety at school entrances and giving police access to school cameras and intercom systems.

The request was part of a $3.04 million capital needs package, which included upgrades for school security, road maintenance, the police station and town phone systems, South Coast Today reports.

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