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Home » Newswire » Oneida chief asks London police to provide security at Saunders – CTV News
by ahnationtalk on October 9, 2019137 Views
October 9, 2019
LONDON, Ont. – A rotation of off-duty police officers have been hired by the Thames Valley District school board to patrol Saunders secondary school this week to calm tensions.
The Chief of the Oneida Nation of the Thames sent a letter to London police demanding security be in place for First Nations children attending Saunders secondary school, in London’s southwest end.
Chief Jessica Hill says it’s in response to violence that has flared up at the school over the last couple of weeks.
“My concern is that our children will be safe and that there will be no racially charged violence at Saunders.”
Read More: https://london.ctvnews.ca/school-board-hires-officers-to-provide-security-at-saunders-1.4630899
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