Milford considering adding officers in schools

The Milford Board of Education will meet tonight to discuss a plan to hire four new police officers to patrol city schools. There would be

There would be one resource officer in each

There would be one resource officer in each high school and the other officers would split time between the city's middle and elementary schools.

MILFORD - The Milford Board of Education met tonight to discuss a plan to hire four new police officers to patrol city schools.

There would be one resource officer in each high school and the other officers would split time between the city's 11 middle and elementary schools.

The department says it would pay for the new hires with money from parking fines and permit fees. The plan is said to cost $300,000.

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