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December 17th, 2012
07:07 PM ET

School security after mass killing

Brooke Baldwin talks to school safety expert Kenneth Trump about the future of school security.


Filed under: Anchors • Brooke Baldwin
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  1. judy emmons

    I believe in stricter gun laws to purchase firearms but the bad people will always find a way to get their hands on guns of all types so that would leave the good guys at their mercy. I believe the good guys should be allowed to provide protection for themselves,familys,students, businesses etc.there has been many times when the moment for a regular family has protected themselves and drove away the bad guys and if not had they been equipped the situation would have just been another tragic home invasion. YES the teachers should be trained to protect as well as all should be allowed to protect their own and just make stricter laws to purchase and make each responsible for their own firearm.

    December 19, 2012 at 10:58 am |
  2. Steven Cardoza

    Ok! here is the advise of a expert, I am a expert, So the next big question for all those trying to figure gun control
    measures,here is your first question..........When will you start being proactive rather than reactive?
    Q#2, why are we not funding the educational system, with proper emergency action plans?
    Q#3, why can't we have funding for proper security devices
    Q#4, Why is it with all our veterans, and other highly qualified persons not working,when we could be utlizing them to protect our children and other vital assests.
    Q#5, How many times will we allow this to continue, until we have better security concepts implemented.
    Q#6, What is the cost of law suits compared, to health care benifits, compared to hiring security.
    Q#7 what is the school systems doing for better couseling and screening programs, for troubled youth and families.
    Q#8 what are you going to do when the kids learn how to make IEDS?

    I could go on with a lot of other trends which i could address, but whats the point,
    By the way!! if you take my assault rifle away' who will respond to save your kid?

    I can only say a prayer of peace for those kids and families who have lost there lives, there is no easy answer here, but there are plenty of measures we could implement to isolate this trend, why we don;t??

    January 11, 2013 at 10:16 am |

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