Parents waive 4th amendment protections for access to their children
- Bryant Elementary becomes the first school in the country to use new state of the art technology aimed at keeping kids safe. That's thanks to a grant from the Department of Justice. The new Raptor Scanner, is in place starting Monday. The Raptor scans the ID's of everyone who tries to pick up a child from the school and is in sync with local police departments.
That's why administrators lobbied for a $1,500 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, they got it and Monday at Bryant Elementary, the Raptor is making sure students don't go home with anyone their not supposed to. When parents come to Bryant Elementary to pick up their kids, the first thing they do is report to the office, then they hand over their drivers license, it's then scanned into the national database for sexual predators.