Maryland Public Schools Get Security Enhancements

Prince George County's $7.5 million upgrades include electronic lockdown doors and panic buttons.
0:32 | 08/19/13

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Public schools in Maryland are getting high tech security upgrades this year everything from video -- systems to panic buttons. The seven point five million dollar enhancements are result of the shooting at sandy hook elementary last year. The new security features also include closed circuit TV monitors that police can watch. An electronic lock down doors the work at Maryland's 194. Public schools is expected to take just two days. On top of all this the prince George school district is also setting up an online -- reporting system.

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