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Peoria — A new software program monitoring security cameras in Peoria Public Schools is aimed at stopping incidents before they happen.

The school installed the IntelliSee real-time artificial intelligence risk management platform this week on 64 of the district’s more than 800 surveillance cameras. The system, which cost the district $48,000, can detect threats like a gun, spilled drinks or a person who has fallen, and send warnings to district personnel and the police. 

“This is turning security cameras into something proactive,” said Demario Boone, director of school safety for PPS. “Something like what happened at Uvalde, where the young man wrecked the vehicle and walked out with that long gun in his hand, it immediately would have flagged him, and then they would be able to put the school on lockdown. The officer in the building could have seen that text, it would have sent a message to the city police and they could be on the way by the time he even got to that building.” 

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