Our post about sexual incidents at Denver Central Library that weren't always reported to police prompted concerns among some patrons.
But one reader stressed that the security staff does a good job of keeping the childrens section child-friendly.
Chelly Serna writes:
They have an area for children that in the history of the three years I've been taking the kids I nanny for to, I have NEVER seen a homeless person in there. Grab a book for yourself and take the kids there. This is no reason to stop bringing children to the library. The children's section is HUGE.
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