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Weekend Journal (Sports: High School Security) #850878

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 03, 2007
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(Miami: Russ Mitchell) The stepped-up effort for security at high school sporting events featured; scenes shown from high schools in Indiana & Florida; statistics on high school sports violence & the spending on security cited. [Principal Thomas SMITH†- comments on the security situation.] [School safety consultant Kenneth TRUMP†- outlines the kinds of violent activities in the stands at games; states people are afraid to come to the games.] [Broward County Athletics Assn. Damian HUTTENHOFF†, Allen County school safety commission John WEICKER†- comment on the problem.]

Reporter(s):
Mitchell, Russ
Duration:
00:03:20

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