Palm Beach County police chiefs and Sheriff Ric Bradshaw urged the school district Tuesday to put at least one armed police officer on every public school campus to respond to incidents like the Connecticut school massacre.
But district officials, who face an annual cost of nearly $7 million to add the officers, say they are still trying to determine the best overall plan to keep students safe.
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