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Arrested at School Archive

Arrested at School Archive

Monday, Oct 5, 2015

Disproportionate Number of Disabled, Black Students Arrested

Disproportionate Number of Disabled, Black Students Arrested

Having police on school campuses is supposed to keep kids safe, but some say students are actually being harmed when the line between criminal activity and childish misbehavior gets blurred.

Monday, Oct 5, 2015

School District Called Police on Students 1,745 Times

School District Called Police on Students 1,745 Times

A Bay Area school district recently referred more students to police than nearly every other district in the country.

Friday, Apr 15, 2016

District: Kids Getting Arrested 'Not Our Business'

District: Kids Getting Arrested 'Not Our Business'

One of the largest school districts in the Bay Area is defending its discipline policies after an NBC Bay Area investigation revealed children were being left with arrest records for what some described as just...

Friday, Jul 29, 2016

Investigative Unit Sparks Major Changes at South Bay Schools

Investigative Unit Sparks Major Changes at South Bay Schools

Sweeping changes governing the use of police officers at dozens of South Bay schools will go into effect this year after an NBC Bay Area investigation revealed students were being left with criminal records for...

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