(TRIBLIVE) — Cameras streaming real-time video from inside Franklin Regional School District buildings to Murrysville police cars soon will give officers crucial information in dealing with potentially dangerous situations, officials said.
Not only will police be able to view images from 130 cameras mounted inside the schools, they will have access to digital floor plans for each building, said Murrysville police Chief Tom Seefeld.
“It will give us eyes on the outside (before going in),” Seefeld said.
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The system is expected to be fully operational at the end of the month, he said.