Security measures in place at LI schools

At Guggenheim Elementary School in Port Washington, an

At Guggenheim Elementary School in Port Washington, an emergency button activates a surveillance camera and alerts the police, who receive a direct video feed to their laptops, iPads, smartphones and headquarters. Two Port Washington elementary schools have become "pilot schools" to test the safety technology from SituCon Systems. (June 24, 2011) (Credit: ULI SEIT)

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Long Island schools are moving to boost security after the Sandy Hook Elementary School killings, from installing video surveillance systems to hiring more security guards and sharply restricting visitors' entry to buildings.

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