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CNN Security Watch (Defending America: School Safety & Emergency Preparedness) #777400

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 18, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The outcome of the school hostage incident in Beslan, Russia, recalled.

(Salem, Oregon: Jill Dougherty) The question of a terrorist attack on an American public school examined; scenes shown from Salem, Oregon, of security measures at a middle school; details given about the discovery in Iraq of a computer disk with diagrams of schools, including one in Salem. [District Threat Assessment John VAN DREAL†- comments on an expert's prediction about a school event.] [Salem school superintendent Kay BAKER - worries about safety.] [Crossler Middle School principal Jim ADAMS†, school security manager Raymond BYRD†- explain security procedures.] [Parent Carl GARNER - reacts to the Beslan incident.] [West Salem students Cristine KRAMER†, Drew PHILLIPS†- talk about safety.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Keith Oppenheim) How the city of Chicago prepares for emergencies examined; scenes shown from Soldier Field & other locations, including the security surveillance center. [Chicago Office of Emergency Management & Communication Ron HUBERMAN - talks about emergency response; explains how security cameras will respond to gunshots.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Dougherty, Jill;
Oppenheim, Keith
Duration:
00:10:30

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