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CPD Out of High Schools?

Yet another rumor: SCC, Special Ed is talking about taking the CPD out of CPS High Schools and making the principals actually spend their security budget on security. Might be the new VRI. This idea has been tried before and on a grander scale when the Department disbanded School Patrol back in the early 2000's. It wasn't exactly a rousing success then either, but it makes more sense now than it did 16 years ago.
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