An image from a promotional video shows how authorities and school officials can use the state’s Critical Incident Planning and Mapping System in an emergency, such as a school shooting. The system will be shut off July 1 due to a lack of funding.
An image from a promotional video shows how authorities and school officials can use the state’s Critical Incident Planning and Mapping System in an emergency, such as a school shooting. The system will be shut off July 1 due to a lack of funding. Courtesy Prepared Response
An image from a promotional video shows how authorities and school officials can use the state’s Critical Incident Planning and Mapping System in an emergency, such as a school shooting. The system will be shut off July 1 due to a lack of funding. Courtesy Prepared Response

Funding woes will cause school safety mapping program to go away July 1

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