Unlike previous years, 2021 appears to be a year for targeted school safety legislation. Four school safety bills have started the process to become law.
The latest report from the US Secret Service, Averting Targeted School Violence was released earlier this week. What sets this report apart from previous research done by the Secret Service is a look at attacks that were averted--before tragedy struck.
I was fortunate to work with President Trump on school safety. I saw first hand the personal interest he took in making schools safer and doing what was possible at the federal level to unify the federal effort. I am also fortunate to belong to a mailing list where the
It has been an honor to join the US Secret Service’s National Threat Assessment Center (NTAC) [https://www.secretservice.gov/protection/ntac/] on a nation-wide tour (Washington DC, Chicago, Los Angeles & Miami) to release their latest report on targeted violence in our nation’s schools: Protecting America’s Schools
It is wrong to view these failures as isolated events because they were a series of interconnected failures, all pointing to a lack of leadership by Scott Israel. Bad policy, sporadic training, inadequate equipment.
The Broward County School District can’t even provide a safe and healthy environment for students and teachers by fixing the leaking roofs or removing mold from our schools across the county. Contrast that with the Prosper Independent School District in Prosper Texas.
I joined Dana Loesch on The Dana Show (8/16/2019) to talk about what can be done to stop targeted violence & schools shootings. We discuss behavioral threat assessment, Red Flag laws and respecting the rights of law-abiding gun owners. Ryan Petty joins Dana Loesch on The Dana Show (8/