NJ High School to Use Dogs to Find Drugs
A high school in Milburn, NJ announced it will begin using drug dogs on campus.
[T]he district superintendent, Richard Brodow, wrote in an e-mail message to parents and students Friday afternoon. “I willingly risk student trust if it saves a single life."
The ACLU responds:
The New York Civil Liberties Union has called police dog searches “incompatible with nurturing environments that are supposed to be conducive to adolescent education,” and argued that school districts must create a careful balance between school safety and student rights.
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