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Officer Jesus Montana worked at Clairemont High School in this 2016 photo. The changes have drawn some concern from the San Diego Police Officers Association, which represents 34 school police officers in the district, said Jay Gresham, president of the police union. San Diego Unified school police have been focused for years on developing positive relationships with students, he said, adding that people seem to be lumping San Diego school police in with city police. Unlike city police, he said, school police are specifically trained to deal with youth, and they spend more time developing relationships with students. “We want to be able to show the staff and the community that we do a lot more than just arresting students, because I think that’s the biggest perception,” Gresham said. “We operate on a different philosophy than most municipalities, because we can take the time to support the efforts of the students in need.” Among the approved changes, Gresham said he is concerned about having school officers serving campuses across an entire school cluster, which he worries might spread officers too thin. Gresham said the department already is understaffed. The union’s 34 officers serve a total of more than 170 schools in the district. School police spend time walking around campus and greeting people, Gresham said. Some officers lead sports teams or run their own youth clubs at school, where they mentor or tutor students. The school police department also has a “True Blue Buddies” program where, every year, school police “adopt” a primarily low-income school.

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Passenger traffic at Richmond International Airport falls 65.2% in October compared to year ago Aerial view of the Richmond International Airport terminal. Richmond International Airport continued to experience declines in passenger travel last month because of the coronavirus pandemic. Passenger traffic fell 65.2% in October compared with a year ago and was basically flat last month from the 65.78% decline in September, the Capital Region Airport Commission reported Tuesday. Still, the figures in October are an improvement from this spring check this out when Richmond International Airport experienced dramatic declines because of the pandemic. Passenger traffic dropped 65.78% in September, 69.48% in August, 70% in July, 79.9% in June, 91.6% in May, 96.4% in April and 50.4% in March. For the calendar year, passenger traffic is down 60.5% compared with the same period in 2019. The airport handled 136,722, passengers in October down from 393,124 passengers using the airport during the same month a year ago. In terms of market share among the airlines, American Airlines had the largest share with 37.63% of the passengers using the airport. Delta Air Lines had the next largest market share with 25.17%, followed by United Airlines at 16.96%, Southwest Airlines at 6.67%, JetBlue Airways at 5.14% and Spirit Airlines was at 4.12%.