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Originally posted by kro32
reply to post by hotbakedtater
They aren't there to police the classrooms and alot of parents are actually asking for this not just the school board, I for one would request it as I think it's a great idea.
And how is there going to be retaliation on a crime victim here? I don't often hear of retaliations on crime victims at police stations, rather that happens when the victim returns home or at a later date, not when they are surrounded by police.
If anything this will increase the safety of the school and the surrounding neighborhood and i'm all for that.
Originally posted by irsuccubus
I was wondering if someone was going to mention D.A.R.E. I am so glad that my kids were never exposed to such a program. I would rather tell them the truth about the so called war on drugs and our government's and police department's hand in it than let them get some D.A.R.E. cop's halfassed version of the truth.I sat through that program and as did many of the now adults who are drug addled out of their minds. And the worst part is that maybe if some of those kids had had a real source of information about drugs and how things really work they might have been able to avoid all that.
Originally posted by hotbakedtater
reply to post by wheresthetruth
The substation being in the school itself is the beginning of the police state, all police states begin somewhere.