Archive for Campus Security

07 Jan 2013

Should Local Schools Follow NRA’s Suggestion for Armed Campus Security? – Napa Valley, CA Patch

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I read an article on Napavalley.patch.com that I thought you should read. In a recent press conference the NRA suggested that schools should be guarded by armed guards in response to the Newton, CT shooting. The general conciseness to the press conference by NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre is that the problem can not […]

04 Jan 2013

Is putting a cop in every school even possible, or wise?

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Interesting article posted on Foxnews.com. There is debate over whether you can put a cop in every school. People say that it would sound good. However a lot of schools have already done that and there were guards in Columbine and that didn?t stop the shooters. Getting money for this would be hard. Taxes would […]

04 Jan 2013

School safety at what cost?

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Just read this on Washingtonpost.com. With the horrible school shooting that took place in Newtown where twenty six kids and teachers were killed, school districts and leaders have been focusing on school security. Debates have been happening now regarding letting professional guards walk the hallways of the schools, or letting teachers be armed while in […]

04 Jan 2013

Schools Are Implementing Safety Drills

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Interesting article posted on Saipantribune.com. The school shooting in Sandy Hook has raised questions about school safety. It has people asking what they can do to avoid this. There is talk over what drills can be done to save the lives of children. Schools are practicing what to do like how to get out and […]

03 Jan 2013

Threat-assessment and violence prevention programs to avoid future shootings

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Check out this blog post on Verdenews.com. The state of Arizona has threat assessment and several violence prevention programs. These programs have been looked at recently with the horrible school shooting when Adam Lanza killed twenty six people. More states and local cities will look at these violence prevention programs to see if they will […]

03 Jan 2013

NRA promises to help prevent school shootings

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I just read an article on Google.com that I thought you should read. For four days after the horrific school shooting in Newtown where 26 people were murdered with guns, the NRA remained silent. The NRA has been under pressure from many politicians since this event so the NRA has been very careful about holding […]

03 Jan 2013

Elementary School Security Issues – Why Newtown Must Be The Spark For Additional Security Measures

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On December 14, 2012, the unspeakable happened. Adam Peter Lanza, age 20, fatally shot 20 schoolchildren and (6) adult staff members at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in the quiet village of Newtown, CT, also killing his own mother, and taking his own life when initial first-responders arrived on-scene. Newtown is now the 2nd-deadliest school […]

03 Jan 2013

Could a Threat Assessment Have Prevented Sandy Hook?

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Here’s an article worth a read posted on Reason.com. People want to know what brings a person to murder multiple innocent kids in school shootings and we are struggling to find solutions to this problem. Experts are wondering if a threat assessment would improve the ability for people to detect the possibility of this behavior […]