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"See something, say something" campaign launched in Thomasville schools

The police department launched its new campaign in the schools called "see something, say something". The police department launched its new campaign in the schools called "see something, say something".
They want all students to be accountable during the school year.(Source:WALB) They want all students to be accountable during the school year.(Source:WALB)
(Source:WALB) (Source:WALB)
"We want them to if they see something come say something. If they see narcotics, any drugs, any guns, any knifes, anything that would cause violence we want them to come tell us. That way we can get that stuff out of our school and keep our schools safe" "We want them to if they see something come say something. If they see narcotics, any drugs, any guns, any knifes, anything that would cause violence we want them to come tell us. That way we can get that stuff out of our school and keep our schools safe"
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

School resource officers in Thomasville are preparing for the upcoming school year.

The police department launched its new campaign in the schools called "see something, say something".

This week, they're putting up signs throughout the middle school and high school.

They want all students to be accountable during the school year.

"We want them to if they see something come say something. If they see narcotics, any drugs, any guns, any knifes, anything that would cause violence we want them to come tell us. That way we can get that stuff out of our school and keep our schools safe," said school resource officer, Chris Baggett.

The program allows students to remain anonymous when reporting crimes within their school.

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