Milford police to be stationed inside city schools

The Milford Board of Education voted last night

The Milford Board of Education voted last night to put police officers in city schools.

MILFORD - The Milford Board of Education voted last night to put police officers inside its schools.

They say the decision falls under a $300,000 plan that will require both high schools in the city to have an officer stationed on campus.

Two additional officers would split their time between the 11 elementary and middle schools.

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