City enters agreement with school district for canine service
July 02, 2013, 6:30 pm by Lance Reaves
Llano City Council on Monday approved an agreement between the Llano Independent School District and the City of Llano, which will provide canine services in order to help deter actual and potential drug activity on school campuses.
In the city’s part of the agreement, they will provide the district at no cost with the services of law enforcement personnel, accompanied by trained drug detection canines, to conduct sweeps at the district’s request.
On the district’s end, they are to provide responsible
personnel to coordinate, assist or advise these officers to help comply with
Llano ISD’s rules and regulations.
New LISD Superintendent Casey Callahan spoke in favor of the agreement, and gave some clarification.
"If the district gets any information, we can call them up right away for action,” Callahan said.
"This just gives us a little bit of protection on both sides.”
For the full story, see Wednesday's Llano County Journal.
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