Nearby schools in Manchester outsourcing K9 searches at schools

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The Manchester Board of Education will be using a portion of a Safe Schools grant that the system recently received to contract with a Loudon, Tennessee company that provides contraband searches using specially trained canines. Funding will be used to randomly search the three Manchester city schools for $300 a month for a total of $2,100 for the remainder of the school year.

Interquest Detection Canines will go into the three schools during regular school hours searching for ammunition, alcohol and illegal and abused prescription drugs.



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