Doug Bedell — February 24, 2018, 10:46 am

Schools, Grounds Need Protection from Intruders


In the aftermath of the Parkland, Fla., school shootings, Dr. Jarrod Sadulski, of American Military University, feels “there is a definite need for a more proactive approach to protecting our nation’s schools. In many cases, if not most school sites, that’s true.”

Here’s the need in a nutshell: “The most significant security hazard on school campuses is easy access into school grounds by someone who intends to cause harm, “Dr. Sadulski maintains. “Protection ranges from no fencing or barriers to an inadequate fencing system that can be easily be penetrated by someone who seeks to injure or kill others. Indeed, some school campuses are open to everyone.”

On behalf of students and teachers alike, pay heed.

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