Security officer who left gun unattended will keep job at charter school

Jan. 28, 2013
Chatfield School in Lapeer, Mich., changes security procedures to prevent recurrence.

The security officer who recently left his gun unattended in the restroom of a Lapeer, Mich., charter school will keep his job, The Flint Journal says. Matt Young, director of Chatfield School, says after reviewing the incident, the school has decided to keep the security guard on staff. The school has installed a lock box in a male staff restroom so that the security officer can secure his weapon in while he uses the restroom. The officer, who was not identified is a retired Lapeer County Sheriff's Officer.

Earlier: Security guard leaves gun left unattended at charter school.

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