In this March 8, 2018 file photo, Alondra Alvarez, a student at Western International High School, goes through a metal detector and has her backpack checked as she enters the school in Detroit. Michigan would spend $20 million to upgrade security at up to 400 schools, expand a tip line that lets students report threats and require schools to incorporate behavioral health assessments into their procedures under a plan Gov. Rick Snyder outlined on Monday, April 16, 2018.
In this March 8, 2018 file photo, Alondra Alvarez, a student at Western International High School, goes through a metal detector and has her backpack checked as she enters the school in Detroit. Michigan would spend $20 million to upgrade security at up to 400 schools, expand a tip line that lets students report threats and require schools to incorporate behavioral health assessments into their procedures under a plan Gov. Rick Snyder outlined on Monday, April 16, 2018. Carlos Osorio AP Photo
In this March 8, 2018 file photo, Alondra Alvarez, a student at Western International High School, goes through a metal detector and has her backpack checked as she enters the school in Detroit. Michigan would spend $20 million to upgrade security at up to 400 schools, expand a tip line that lets students report threats and require schools to incorporate behavioral health assessments into their procedures under a plan Gov. Rick Snyder outlined on Monday, April 16, 2018. Carlos Osorio AP Photo

Michigan governor calls for upgrading security at schools

April 16, 2018 04:52 PM