Bed-Stuy school beefs up security

BROOKLYN - Police say they are beefing up security in one Bed-Stuy school Tuesday after an out-of-control lunch fight sparked a wave of violence.School officials say M.S. 330 has requested an increase of police presence since the school has seen an increase in fights and violence.One student says she has been scared the past few weeks. The school?s principal has taken extra precautions to ensure student safety. The principal says it is the budget cut that is hurting students and affecting security in the schools.Department of Education officials say they also added an extra school bus stop near the train for students.

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