Buildings being outfitted with additional equipment
By Kelly Cantrall
Monday, December 24, 2012 at 4:15 am (Updated: December 24, 4:30 am)
New security plans couldn’t be implemented at a better time in Hardin County Schools, as school safety becomes a top concern across the nation.
HCS is adding extra security measures at some of its schools to ensure everyone in the building was allowed to enter by school personnel.
The district is installing cameras at the front doors and buzz-in systems, which force visitors to ask for entrance into the buildings and to show an I.D.
These systems will be installed at the buildings that don’t have security vestibules.
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