School safety group hears ideas for protecting students from shooters

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HARTFORD -

School safety was the main topic of discussion at the state capitol.

Retired Enfield police Chief Carl Sferraza told lawmakers Connecticut needs a statewide policy on what types of doors, windows, locks, and cameras should be used.

He also suggested putting a security officer in every school.

The school security group is looking at possible new laws for next year's legislative session.

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