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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Some in Security Field Warm to NRA Recommendation

This story from Security Info talks about how some in the security field are embracing the NRA's suggestion about armed security in schools.
Kenneth Trump, president of the National School Safety and Security Services consulting firm, said having trained officers in schools is "more of a prevention program than a reactive program if you have the right officers who want to work with kids."
That's right, if done correctly, the fact that just having armed individuals in schools may prevent a repeat of what happened in Sandy Hook. A single individual may be an easy to target.  But if there are multiple armed individuals, and no one knows who they are, just that there are multiple armed individuals, it may just prevent that school from being targeted.

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