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by Oldgringo
Wed Feb 28, 2018 8:18 am
Forum: Gun and/or Self-Defense Related Political Issues
Topic: Fayetteville ISD, TX School Guardian Program
Replies: 9
Views: 492

Re: Fayetteville ISD, TX School Guardian Program

Liberty wrote:
Oldgringo wrote:This sounds like a "Common Sense" approach to the problem of school security. I might add that all entrance doors should be locked between starting and stopping hours with a single secured entrance closely monitored between these hours.
This is what scares me as a retired Volunteer Firefighter. Do we want to lose the ability to evacuate our kids quickly? Attacks my these homicidal maniacs is made even worse by limiting egress. The attackers at Las Vegas and Colorado Springs movie theaters both took advantage of trapped targets unable to get away as well as the Orlando nightclub.

17 kids got killed. and its very unfortunate, but we need to be careful about overreaction. It might put people in even more danger, and make more of us victims maybe even killed. There are things we can do and we can learn from mistakes. But we really need to take our time and understand any unintended consequences. Security theater, and gun free zones played a large part in getting these kids killed. Getting the kids out of killing zone might have been the only thing that went right.
The doors have panic hardware that can be opened from the inside while still being locked from the outside. The problem could be teachers/kids propping them open.
by Oldgringo
Tue Feb 27, 2018 10:27 pm
Forum: Gun and/or Self-Defense Related Political Issues
Topic: Fayetteville ISD, TX School Guardian Program
Replies: 9
Views: 492

Re: Fayetteville ISD, TX School Guardian Program

This sounds like a "Common Sense" approach to the problem of school security. I might add that all entrance doors should be locked between starting and stopping hours with a single secured entrance closely monitored between these hours.

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