Body scanners at Dorman

Body scanners at Dorman High School (Source: Spartanburg District 6)

SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) – Spartanburg County School District Six said they will be taking part in a new pilot program to strengthen security measures at Dorman High School.

The program features new security entrance systems at Dorman’s main campus and Dorman Freshman Campus.

The body scanners allow students and staff to enter the school and pass through the scanners without having their bags searched or emptying their pockets. Bags will only be checked if the security system alarms.

“Our top priority is the safety and security of students. In addition to having resource officers at each of our schools, we believe the security scanners will enhance our safety efforts in District Six,” the school district stated on its website.

The district posted a video on YouTube detailing the new body scanning system.

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