The State Journal of Charleston, W.Va., reports that local Harrison County Schools has installed a high-end video surveillance system for the 2005-06 school year. The goal is to be able to review incidents such as vandalism and student fights so that school leaders can make more informed decisions regarding disciplinary action. No one monitors the cameras' live feeds, and the system will only be used to review reported or disputed incidents....
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