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Obviously they are doing nothing. Unfortunately, not that unusual and there is not much that can be done until something actually happens.
I am just wondering what is meant by 'duly authorized official'? Does that mean school board, adminstrators or maybe even a principal? It's been on he books forever. I wonder if it has ever been used?
StrongIt is already on the books...
GA Code 16-11-127.1 (c) (6) any person who has been authorized in writing by a duly authorized official of the school to have in such person's possession or use as part of any activity being conducted at a school building, school property, or school function a weapon which would otherwise be prohibited by this Code section. Such authorization shall specify the weapon or weapons which have been authorized and the time period during which the authorization is valid.
Read it again. If they live 25 miles or more away from the city, they pay for a tank of gas a week. Any closer, the car is a free ride. Good policy and fair for all involved.
In short, Kevin is an idiot. Ignore him.
It's not that the SROs are overpaiid, it's that Gwinnett officers are severly UNDERPAID. And yes, SRO don't work nights and weekends because their primary duty is schools which happen to be in session DURING THE DAY. And by the way, the sros at the games are paid the same rate of pay as all the oher off duty officers working the games
My sentiments exactly...
Not Gwinnett detectives- Snellville detectives.
Yes, that is how it works. Prosecutors are covered up, courts are backed up and the jails are bursting at the seams.
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