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Schools, Public Safety
The details on panic buttons, electronic doors, armed police, camera's and radios being proposed to the county's school board Thursday protect school children.
Take a look at the breakdown on the approximate $5.6 million request for increased security in Prince George's public schools.
Installing panic buttons, electronic doors, and increasing armed police officers are on Thursday's agenda for the county's education board.
Police & Fire
Prophet and Wallman put themselves between gunfire and a school; Askins and Murphy arrested a man linked to several burglaries, according to police.
Police Officer Justice Halsey is January's Officer of the Month for District IV.
Corporal Decatur Thompson is January's Officer of the Month for Police District III.
Police Officers First Class Harold Nichols and Marlon Carey are January's Officers of the Month for Police District II.
Police Officer John Quarless is January's Officer of the Month for Police District I.
Government, Police & Fire, Business
Top stories this week in Prince George's County.
Police & Fire, Business
Tide has a street value of $3, according to a police official, but dealers can trade it for marijuana or crack cocaine.
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