Increased amount of officers through Grundy County, school district says – Local 3 News

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Digital Executive Producer
The Grundy County School District announced through Facebook on Monday that there would be an increased amount of officers throughout the county.
The school says that the Tennessee Highway Patrol Department alerted them on Friday.
Officers will now drive through school properties several times a day, the district says.
Local 3 News has reached out to Grundy County Schools for more information. 
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