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Posted: 11:16 a.m. Thursday, July 18, 2013
By Mark Niesse
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta Public Schools’ reconfigured public safety unit, which will use more full-time police officers to patrol schools, will be led by Atlanta Police Department Maj. Keith Meadows.
Meadows, a former commander of the Major Crimes Section, will head the School Detectives Section after spending the last year and half in charge of east Atlanta’s Zone 6 precinct.
Atlanta Police Chief George Turner said that having sustained, full-time officers in every middle and high school will provide a safe learning environment.
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