Ohio school board votes to arm school custodians

01/13/2013 | Blade (Toledo, Ohio), The

The school board in a small Ohio district has voted to allow janitors to carry weapons at school in an effort to improve security. While the move, which includes a two-day training course for the custodians, drew support from some who said such measures should be implemented in districts nationwide, others said they preferred having police officers patrolling in schools.

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