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Law enforcement officials are joining school counselors and board members from across the state at a conference in downtown Albany focusing on ways to prevent violence in New York's schools.
The New York State School Boards Association says Saturday's "Safe Schools, Safe Students'' conference at the Hotel Albany will feature experts from across the nation participating in panel discussions on school safety issues from both a law enforcement and mental health perspective.
The New York State Police, FBI and U.S. Secret Service are among the law enforcement agencies that will be represented at the conference.
The state School Boards Association represents more than 700 boards of education across New York.