NJ lawyer common directs police to extend patrols at colleges

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says there will probably be an elevated police presence at colleges on Wednesday, a day after a lethal mass capturing at a Texas elementary faculty.

He tweeted that whereas there aren’t any credible threats, the lawyer common’s workplace directed police departments to step up patrols.

He mentioned state police will probably be on-hand at colleges that do not have native police departments.

Murphy mentioned his administration will do all the pieces in its energy “to make sure college students, mother and father, and educators really feel secure at college.”

An 18-year-old gunman killed a minimum of 19 youngsters and a couple of adults on Tuesday at an elementary faculty in Uvalde, Texas.

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