Bridgeport to install surveillance cameras at schools

Surveillance cameras will be installed around Bridgeport's high schools in an effort to catch crime and bullying.

The new cameras will be placed around the

The new cameras will be placed around the city's high schools.

BRIDGEPORT - Surveillance cameras will be installed around Bridgeport's high schools in an effort to catch crime and bullying.

Superintendent Paul Vallas says the cameras are part of the Safe Corridors initiative and are being paid for with a federal grant.

He says they are going up around Bassick, Central and Harding high schools.

Vallas says cameras will eventually be installed around the city's elementary schools as well.

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