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Opposition leader Matthew Guy outlines plan to get police into schools

NEIL MITCHELL
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Matthew Guy wants police officers to visit schools again.

Mr Guy has announced a policy to reintroduce the “Police In Schools” program, which was discontinued 13 years ago.

The program aims to build a positive relationship between young people and the police.

The opposition leader told Neil Mitchell the program would initially be implemented in ten “high-risk” schools.

“It’s about building respect between young Victorians and the police,” Mr Guy said.

“This is a strong, proactive way of dealing with crime before it becomes an issue.”

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NEIL MITCHELL
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