Planting informants is one way to catch drug-toting teens when they least expect it, but administrators at Georgia's Model High School have decided to look no further than their own student body for potential squealers. Hell, they'll even pay for it using a sliding scale of snitching opportunity:
Under the new policy, a student would receive $10 for information about a theft on campus, $25 or $50 for information about drug possession, and $100 for information about gun possession or other serious felonies.
"It's not that we feel there are any problems here," said Principal Glenn White. "It's a proactive move for getting information that will help deter any sort of illegal activity."