FASTER Saves Lives program recommended to be adopted at first Connecticut school

by Chad D. Baus

Just over three years after a deadly attack on an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut inspired Buckeye Firearms Foundation to begin a program to arm school faculty, news media in the Constitution State are reporting that the Foundation's FASTER Saves Lives program is being considered for adoption in a Kent, CT school just 40 miles from Sandy Hook Elementary.

Lots of exciting news for FASTER 2016

by Joe Eaton

Sandy Hook: In memory of those who were murdered three years ago today

by Jim Irvine

It has been three years since a coward killed his mother, stole her guns, and went to the Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. The school was locked for the beginning of the school day. The coward shot out the windows and entered through the administration area, killing several there. He proceeded down the hallway, murdered 27 year-old Victoria Soto, who had hidden her children, saving their lives. He entered another room, killing all 20 students. Teacher Anne Marie Murphy’s body was found over children she was apparently trying to shield. & UK's Daily Mail document success of Buckeye Firearms Foundation's FASTER Saves Lives program

by Chad D. Baus and British newspaper The Daily Mail is informing its international audience of the success of Buckeye Firearms Foundation's FASTER Saves Lives program.

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Dozens of school districts in Ohio now allow teachers who have conceal-carry permits to pack heat on the job.

Hamilton Co. sheriff: FASTER Saves Lives training "long overdue"

by Chad D. Baus

One day after Cincinnati's CBS affiliate, WKRC, aired a report noting that more than 40 Ohio schools now authorize and train teachers to carry guns to protect students in class, the news station sat down with Hamilton County sheriff Jim Neil to gauge his reaction after the viewed the video.


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