Moorhead Public Schools Is Reviewing Its Security Policy - Valley News Live - KVLY/KXJB - Fargo/Grand Forks

Moorhead Public Schools Is Reviewing Its Security Policy

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The Moorhead Public School District says it's reviewing procedures related to locked doors, visitor sign-in at school offices, and staff wearing I.D. badges in response to an investigative report by Valley News Live.

The statement posted on the district's web site did not give specifics as to what changes would be made.

On Wednesday, Valley News Live reporter Mellaney Moore went into three local schools: one in West Fargo, one in Fargo, and one in Moorhead to test safety measures.

She had a hidden camera and was not stopped by any school official in West Fargo, and Moorhead's schools.

Moorhead police tell us they're investigating the incident as a complaint of trespassing against Moore, however it's not clear that charges will be filed.

On a local radio show Friday afternoon, Moorhead Superintendent Lynn Kovash said visitors often walk past the offices and don't check in because office staff may be busy helping others.

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