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Security cameras to hit campus

BY ZOE STEPHENS

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Nineteen cameras – which will record audio and color video – are slated for installation on Roseville High School’s campus as soon as this summer.

The district expects the system to be fully operational by the end of the 2017-18 school year.

Depending on the systems’ successes at RHS and Oakmont High School, district leaders may look to expand and install cameras on other sites throughout the district.
The cameras will be installed outside, only in public spaces and will be connected to a mobile app with the potential for administrators to monitor the feeds via smartphones.

Administrators hope the cameras will serve as a deterrent against vandalism and break-ins. RJUHSD assistant superintendent of business services Joe Landon thinks with this addition, site administrators will be able to help lower after-school incidents like these.

“Sometimes there’s violence right at the end of school,” Landon said. “I see that if we can get them running before school ends that could be helpful.”

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