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Should schools have more security?
Schools should have more security.
Greater security such as metal detectors and videocameras would decrease the likelihood of violence, and give both students and staff greater peace of mind.
Making security personal on site, metal detectors and CCTV mandatory would harmonize security approaches across the country.
Schools will be safer.
Adding more security can result in less school shootings.
Increased security will make the schools a hardened target which means shooters would move to other soft targets: so shootings may then happen in malls and grocery stores.
Brick-and-mortar schools being the main line educational system should be over.
Students will feel as though they are unsafe due to all of the security measures.
Suggesting that schools should have more security, mainly to prevent shootings, is only a tactic to avoid gun reforms.
There is a chance that there will be no effect on crime in schools.
More school security measures can cost a lot of money.
More security is more oppression.
More security can make students feel like they are in a prison, possibly causing trouble at learning and socializing.
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