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Government, Public Safety
The St. Louis area is seeing more snow this week, but that's not the reason you're hearing sirens around the area.
However, law enforcement and school district officials said a meeting of the Safe Schools Partnership Program Thursday morning produced meaningful discussions on other ways to prevent a repeat of the tragic school shooting in Connecticut last week.
Schools, Public Safety
As a SWAT team searched the nearby area, four Parkway schools went into "lockout" mode. Here's how it unfolded as nearly 100 students and staff were locked inside Parkway South High School.
This police-only, internal meeting is being called to discuss what changes in security that school districts leaders would suggest, as everyone processes and works through the tragedy that occurred Friday at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Authorities are reminding residents not to leave vehicles unlocked.
The following was taken directly from Creve Coeur Police Department's report on criminal activity from October 7-13, 2012.
A Creve Coeur Police analysis of the program here endorses keeping the cameras in operation.
The most recent attack took place near Creve Coeur across from Parkway North High School last month
The annual fundraiser to benefit cancer research in St. Louis hits area streets Sunday.
Dale Kawamura is due in St. Louis County Court later this month.
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