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High School Students Team Up with Police to Make School Safer

High School Students Team Up with Police to Make School Safer

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Greg Neft, KSL NewsradioMultimedia students at one Davis County High School are teaming up with police for a safer environment.

Students at Viewmont High School are making a DVD that gives police a real insider's view of the school. Senior James Vanagrift says, "It kinda of just lets you look around and basically give you a 3-D feel."

Vanagrift says police came to them with the idea. His classmate Cody Wood says it gave them a real learning experience. "I've learned a ton, expanded my knowledge, so it's been awesome."

Wood says there's an added benefit, too. "It's just fun working with the cops. Like, normally people think it's always a bad thing you know, but it's fun being on the good side with them."

Police say it's a proactive response to the tragedy at Virginia Tech.

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