BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. - Brevard County school officials added another layer of protection to keep children safe in the new school year.
The district placed "Keep-N-Track" software at its 82 schools.
Now, anyone who comes on campus will have to scan their driver's license or state ID through the system, which runs an automatic sexual predator check.
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