CLEVELAND - A review of state records reveals 34 northeast Ohio schools have failed to comply with state law requiring floor plans to be filed with police responding to potential school shooting incidents.
Across Ohio, 139 schools have failed to comply with state law.
Ohio law requires schools to send floor plans to local police agencies as well as a database maintained by the Ohio Attorney General's office.
A review of state records show 15 schools in Cleveland have failed to comply.
Thurgood Marshall High School, MC2 Stem High School, Campus International are among those listed as failing to submit plans.
A spokesperson for the Cleveland Metropolitan School System says it has filed floor plans for MC2 Stem High School despite the school appearing on the list provided by the Attorney General's Office.
In addition, five schools in the Cleveland Catholic Diocese are also listed as failing to comply.
Those schools include St. Ignatius of Antioch Elementary School, St. Joseph Academy, St. Agatha-St. Aloysius, St. Francis and St. Columbkille.
A spokesperson for St. Columbkille also indicates that the school has fully complied with all reporting requirements and has contacted the Ohio Attorney General's Office to ensure the records are accurate.
Filing of floor plans enables local police departments to quickly access information when responding to potential school shooting incidents.
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