The officer's work would focus on schools and kids, with priorities that include responding to any school incidents; creating programs for first-time juvenile offenders as well as truancy enforcement; and collaborating with gang and traffic units, according to a city staff report.
The City Council was scheduled to vote on the agreement during its March 4 meeting, after the Almanac's press deadline.
Check Almanacnews.com for an update.
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