CHINA China to beef up campus security measures


China to beef up campus security measures


19:26, August 26, 2021

A traffic police officer educates students about traffic safety at a junior high school in Lujiang county of Hefei, Anhui province, in Aug, 2020. (Photo: China Daily)

China's Ministry of Public Security on Thursday pledged to further tighten security measures on campuses.

By the end of this year, all primary and middle schools across the country will be equipped with full-time security guards, video surveillance and one-click alarm systems, as well as security posts, according to the ministry at a press conference held in Beijing.

Stressing strengthened campus safety before the start of the new semester, the ministry called for more frequent security patrols on and around campuses.

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