Marlboro Council Reflects on School Security Decisions

The council discussed the topic at its 2013 reorganization meeting.

The Marlboro Town Council and Mayor Jon Hornik discussed the decision to temporarily put cops in Marlboro schools at the 2013 Town Council reorganization meeting.

The decision to have armed guards in every school came to fruition in the wake of the Newtown, CT school shooting which claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults on Dec. 14.

New security protocols were ironed out over the holiday break, and implemented as of Jan. 2.  The Marlboro Board of Education told Patch that the decision to temporarily place officers in every school will cost the district an estimated .

The Board of Education is finalizing the police contracts at .

Steve R January 08, 2013 at 01:33 PM
Um really 38% of US schools have police security at them already how is it then that Marlboro moved faster than any other town??? Hornik needs to get his facts straight before running for Senate his 15 minutes are almost up


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