Will cameras in Kamloops schools prevent bullying?

You might notice things are a little more pink today.

It's pink shirt day to draw attention to the problem of bullying.

With the suicide of Amanda Todd last year and many other incidents in the news, bullying has been in the public eye.

But it hasn't gone away.

Some schools have turned to cameras to help curb physical bullying.

At St. Anne's Academy in Kamloops there are cameras in the hallways.

But public schools in do not.

We spoke with a few high school students at South Kamloops Secondary School and St. Anne's Academy to see if they think cameras are a good idea.

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For more on cameras and bullying in our schools Shelley reaches Karl deBruijn.

He is the assistant superintendent with the Kamloops Thompson School District.

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