Josalee Thrift/ValleyIndy.org

Josalee Thrift/ValleyIndy.org

At a joint news conference Monday, the Superintendent of LA Unified appeared with Mayor Villaraigosa and the Chief of Police to tell parents about efforts to increase security at LA schools. Chief Charlie Beck announced a combined joint effort with LAUSD Police, promising that officers will be present at least daily at every elementary and middle school. John Deasey, superintendent of the nation’s second largest school district, vowed, despite the district’s “devastating budget cuts,” to augment security. To reduce the number of guns on the street, Mayor Villaraigosa promised an update on the gun buyback program run by the Office of Gang Reduction and Youth Development from May, 2013 to Wednesday, December 26.

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  • sbj1964 said:

    My kids back in the 90's went to Public schools in L.A. Even then the gangs made it like a war zone.The school sent the kids home with a catalog at the begining of the school year,and WTF? There was a Kevlar rain coat listed? I pulled them out,and into a private school.Prop 13 destroyed what was left of CA.Thanks Jerry Brown.

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