Police patrolling schools has been a divisive topic from Day One in communities well beyond Worcester.
Their numbers spiked post-Columbine in the first years of the new millennium. The debate over the strategy’s efficacy has seemingly never waned. As Worcester Public Schools enters a period of transition, the friction between the pros and cons has again sparked heated discussion.
Hitch weighs in.
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