The use of metal detectors in schools, including those produced by CEIA, can be a controversial topic.
On one hand, metal detectors can potentially help identify and prevent students from bringing weapons onto school grounds, which could help improve safety and prevent violent incidents. On the other hand, some argue that metal detectors can create an unwelcoming and intimidating environment for students, and that they may not necessarily be effective at preventing violent incidents.
Ultimately, the decision to use metal detectors in schools is up to individual school districts and their respective policies. It’s important to weigh the potential benefits and drawbacks of using metal detectors in schools and consider alternative approaches, such as increasing counseling and mental health services, implementing restorative justice programs, and providing resources for conflict resolution and violence prevention.