This is indeed chilling -- creepy and Orwellian. Reading between the lines, you can sort of see what they have in mind. These police officers, dubbed SROs presumably as a euphemism so they don't have to openly call them police officers in this context (SRO = Student Resource Officers, if I recall correctly) would monitor individual students online starting in their elementary school years, using this harvested social media data and physical access to the students at school to worm their way into their lives and become their trusted "friends" (of course the "trust" is really only expected to extend in one direction though -- the officers won't be trusting students with sensitive information) as they build databases on these students. The "at-risk' students (those deemed prone to violence) might even be groomed as future cops (channel those violent/anti-social tendencies in a direction useful to the State) or future criminals (criminals are also essential to the continued funding of the police and criminal justice system, although as a character in "Atlas Shrugged" said, if there are not enough criminals one can always make more by passing more laws and criminalizing more behavior).
Some questions... How did this hidden language come to light? What was the context of this paragraph? Are SLPD officers already embedded in San Leandro schools? Already "monitoring youth activities" and building databases on students, I wonder?
"COPS grant" = #CaptureOurPublicSchools? #Co-optOurPublicSchools?
Love & Liberty,
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