Kemp Addresses Public School Safety, Anti-Gang Taskforce

ATLANTA  - At this morning's Eggs and Issues event, Gov. Brian Kemp announced his plans to allocate funds for every Georgia public school, citing safety measures and an anti-gang task force within the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Kemp is asking for $30,000 for every public school in the state, a total cost of $69M, to implement safety measures determined at the local level. Kemp also said he intends to provide extra resources. for mental health within schools

Kemp said he wanted to put $500,000 in initial funding toward a new anti-gang task force within GBI.

Also during his speech, Kemp states that tomorrow he will address pay raises for all public education teachers in the state as well, a promise he made on his campaign.

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