OWENSVILLE, Ohio -- Cell phone videos of school fights are fodder for YouTube.
But now, some school districts are upgrading cameras on school buses to let bullies known they're watching.
Clermont Northeastern Schools contract with Petermann and each bus is equipped with cameras in the front and rear of the bus. They also plan to add dash cams later this year, according to Sharon Stark, transportation supervisor for the district.
Superintendent Michael Brandt said the cameras come in handy when investigating bullying on buses.
"A lot of times it's more difficult to prove bullying inside the building than it would be on the bus because you don't have the camera coverage all the time," he said.
Clermont Northeastern hands out a bullying policy to students and parents at the beginning of the school year. It applies to activities on the school bus.