Pa. police to watch schools with help of laptops

The video feeds are to be used only in emergencies


By Paul Paterra
Tribune-Review

PITTSBURGH — Murrysville is upgrading its police vehicles with software that will provide video feeds of the buildings in the Franklin Regional School District in the event of an emergency.

Council voted 5-1 last week to approve a contract with OnSite Information Systems Inc. of Murrysvillle for Responder Knowledge-based software. Councilman Dennis Pavlik cast the lone opposing vote, and Councilwoman Nancy Kacin was not in attendance.

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