The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that the Hollyood, Fla., police department will use a $97,272 Secure Our Schools grant to beef up its video surveillance program at South Broward High School. Hollywood police already have plans to put laptop computers in 15 marked police cars. This grant will make it possible for the police to view webcam feeds from school video monitors without having to leave their cars. A major goal of the program is to protect the school from the possibility of an incident like what happened at Columbine High School in 1999.