Southwest Wake News

June 4, 2014 9:57 AM

Agreement sets new rules for police in Wake County schools

New guidelines presented Tuesday would require police officers assigned to Wake County schools to receive specialized training, direct how they’re to handle investigations and make arrests on campuses, and mandate that officers file a report whenever they bring charges against a student.

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