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Oldham County Schools will spend more than $1.5 million to beef up security at all of its facilities.
The upgrades were unanimously approved by the Board of Education late last month.
The bulk of the money will be used to add or enhance security measures at the district’s 18 school buildings.
Upgrades include interior and exterior video surveillance; electronically secured entrances; access control entry systems; exterior door positioning switches; intercoms for visitor entry; and an emergency dispatch alert system.
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