Before and After Bang: Treatment and prevention of celebrity violence in our schools

by Rob Morse

The school safety movement is growing. Parents, school staff, and law enforcement officers are working together. They are slowly solving the complex and interrelated issues of protecting our students from armed murderers in our schools. We see varied solutions from school to school and from state to state. There is much to learn as we protect our children.

The “solutions” to school safety aren’t simple, but they are achievable.

Guns and Bandages- the changing face of first responders

by Rob Morse

The Unconventional First Responder: The Ins and Outs of Arming Educators

Detective Jenny Schiff will be presenting at the National School Safety Conference and Exhibition hosted by the School Safety Advocacy Council. The conference runs July 23 – 27, 2018 at the Omni Champions Gate Resort & Spa in Orlando, Florida

From their brochure:

COMMENTARY: Arming teachers is smart, safe, necessary

The following op-ed was originally published in the Dayton Daily News. Republished with permission of the author.

Re: Lance Salyers’ April 1 guest column, “We need a debate before we arm teachers.” It was well written and thought-provoking.

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

The (Hamilton) Journal-News is reporting that the Madison Local School District in Middletown, OH has joined school districts across the state by implementing a comprehensive safety that includes an armed response team inside the school.

From the article:

This resolution is part of the district’s participation in the FASTER Saves Lives program, school officials said today.

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