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With the number of juvenile arrests on the rise in the county in recent years, district teachers and administrators are daily engaged in a battle to keep local schools safe. And while experts say there are still areas of concern, the district is increasingly safe for students, according to a state safety report.
Jon Akers, executive director of the Kentucky Center for School Safety, said that according to a report released last month, Shelby County is doing better than most schools at making school safe for students.
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