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Harry Frisby, security chief ...
Harry Frisby, security chief for Dayton Public Schools, said Dunbar banned red and black T-shirts because they started seeing large groups of students coming to school wearing those colors.The color of a T-shirt can be viewed as a gang membership card."The principal felt it was a safety issue," said Frisby, who spent 20 years as a Cincinnati police officer and detective before a 10-year stint as security chief for Cincinnati Public Schools.
Police say even local gangs have their own colors: black and white for Dope Boy Mafia, black for GVC and red for Diamond Cut
said some students layer themselves with multiple colored T-shirts, peeling one off when in a certain part of town.
"Young people really miss the point of how dangerous gangs are," Frisby
Harry Frisby, Jr.Harry
has been involved with CPE
for many years, mainly because of his
interest in preventing juvenile delinquency.He
advocates CPE programs as a preventative tool for schools to use before disciplinary programs become necessary.Harry is the Supervisor of Security for Cincinnati Public Schools, and prior to that was a Hearing Officer for the Cincinnati Board of Education.
CPS Employment, Awards and Honors
Harry C. Frisby, Jr., Supervisor of Security, was selected as a 2005 Profiles in Courage Honoree.
It was that type of information ...
It was that type of information Harry Frisby, head of security for the Cincinnati Public Schools, was thrilled to get.
"They have opened up our eyes tenfold," said Frisby
, who is responsible for more than 60 schools in the Cincinnati system. He
said officials in Cincinnati have been working to make their buildings secure.
"Access controls is one of my biggest concerns," Frisby
said."How do you lock a school down?"
walked across the campus, he
kept pointing out cameras, noticing their placement and using that to give him ideas for how to better place them in his
CityBeat: Suicide Shocks Fraternity (1999-02-18)
Because the incident has been determined to have been a suicide, homicide detective Harry Frisby said police have closed the case although the report still was unavailable at press time.Frisby said he did not yet know the results of toxicology tests.