Texas safety officials will begin “random intruder detection audits” of schools in September

Texas School Safety Center officials said they will alert districts and local law enforcement of the audits, where trained staff will try to find access points into school buildings. But school campuses will not be informed ahead of time.

By Kate McGee, The Texas Tribune
Posted 7/1/22

This fall, Texas public schools will be subjected to random inspections to detect weak access points in the wake of the Uvalde school shooting — but a state school safety leader says these …

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