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SFC students happy with security improvements

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Santa Fe College is increasing security on its Northwest campus to ensure a safer environment for students. More police are present on campus and surveillance cameras were installed to deter future crime. Santa Fe student Anais Edwards is excited about the new improvements.

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Edwards says students have been getting a lot of alerts on their phones from Santa Fe and never thought she would need to worry about her safety at school.

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