Cincinnati news station given extensive access to FASTER class

by Chad D. Baus

WLWT (NBC Cincinnati) was given access to a FASTER class this summer, and the resulting coverage has been given nationwide attention.

In the report, entitled "Confronting deadly school violence: Teaching teachers how to shoot back," WLWT News 5 investigative reporter Todd Dykes provides an extensive look at Buckeye Firearms Foundation's Faculty/Administrator Safety Training and Emergency Response, or FASTER, program.

Keeping Kids Safe In A Broken World

Editor's Note: The following article has been featured at TheBlaze.com. Republished with permission of the author.

by Laura Carno

Another Ohio school district incorporates armed, trained staff members into safety plan

by Chad D. Baus

WHIO (CBS Dayton) is reporting that the Mad River Local Schools, located in the Dayton suburb of Riverside, has joined school districts in a total of 63 counties across the state by implementing a comprehensive safety that includes an armed response team inside the school.

According to the report, the plan that was studied for over a year. Trained persons will have access to firearms in all school buildings in the Mad River School District. 

Boy Scout Eagle Project seeks to put a trauma kit in every classroom

In 2014, Buckeye Firearms Foundation announced an initiative to put a trauma kit in every school building in Ohio. Now, one Boy Scout from northwest Ohio is seeking to further that goal by providing kits and medical training to his local school as an Eagle project.

CLICK HERE to contribute to this project.

FASTER Saves Lives: Who Will Protect Your Children at School?

by Michelle Cerino

Not a month goes by without a news report of an active shooter situation somewhere in the United States. If you look at the FBI statistics (which have only been updated to 2013), they are constantly on the rise. If only the police could get there faster, to protect our children at school.

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