NMC Investing $500k On Security Upgrades
A local college is upping its security to continue keeping its campus safe.
Northwestern Michigan College is doubling the number of on-campus security cameras to curb crime.
The college’s board of trustees voted on June 12 to give $500,000 to install 180 cameras and automated door locks.
President Tim Nelson says the measures are geared toward keeping students safe.
College Security Director Jim White says that Traverse City is a safe place, but he would rather be safe than sorry.
The work will be finished during the summer