Hate crimes on school campuses a concern of security firm

With violence played out nightly on newscasts from the Middle East and racial stereotyping against Muslims still simmering from the incidents of Sept. 11, the "fringe edge" of today’s youth will bring its anger and alienation onto school campuses as school reopens this fall, according to John Nagy, president of the Westlake Village and Encino-based Nagy Security Services.
Nagy is a retired 23-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department. His company oversees secur...

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