As the national debate grows louder over deploying police in schools, the largest state in the union – California – is considering a bill that would require schools to set “clear guidelines” defining the role of school police and limit their involvement in disciplinary matters.
The Golden State joins Texas and Connecticut – home of the December Newtown school shootings – in considering legislation that would set limits on how schools involve police officers in discipline. Colorado adopted limits last year.
Source: California Watch. Read full article. (link)