Wisconsin High School To Upgrade CCTV System

TWO RIVERS, Wisc. – Two Rivers High School will be upgrading 32 of its video cameras.

The school will be able to do this because it will receive a grant totaling $22,977 for the improvements. The cameras’ storage capacity will double so it can retain 10 days of recordings.

Additionally, call buttons will be installed, as will locks to the school’s front and back doors. These measures will keep unauthorized visitors out, while allowing school officials to buzz in parents and other appropriate individuals.

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