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Old 10-04-2013, 04:35 PM   #21
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Would they prefer that he wear the sidearm and plain clothes?

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Old 10-04-2013, 05:13 PM   #22
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LOL typical to the Coolidge mentality......Very small town about 12K people now. Was a AZ cotton town in the 50's where people came to find work (migrant workers) .. No other industry exists there today to make the town thrive.

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The ones out of control here are some of the absolutely insane administrators at these schools. Not the cops. You would be amazed how many times we have issues with administrators who want kids to be taken to jail due to "zero tolerance policies" because they were fighting. KIDS, not high school students.

And they don't even provide evidence as to what occurred. They just expect state law and us as criminal justice professionals to bow down to their policies and put the cuffs on the kids. They want complete and total control over every minute detail of what goes on in the kids lives, and complete and total control over every minute detail of what goes on in "their" facility which is funded by OUR taxpayers dollars.

Inmates in prison have more rights than kids at some of these schools.

I think all schools should have an armed police officer, and several armed staff members (teachers and coaches) who should train with each other in building searches and room entry after hours when the kids are gone. They should all train together in first aid, fire & rescue, hazmat and anti terrorism response. With their training tailored specifically for the facility they're in and the amount of students potentially involved in each emergency situation. And I think the officer should have a set of motorola radios at his disposal to issue to the team in training and during emergency operations, all programmed to 2 or 3 of the nationwide agency interop frequencies and a designated channel in case of emergency should be given to the local law enforcement, EMS, fire and 911 operators.

Anyone who doesn't want an armed police officer near a public school in light of today's twisted society and especially recent events involving violence against school kids is an extremely ignorant and extremely twisted person. And probably fairly stupid as well.

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Stupid people do stupid things. Same as it ever was.

Is society on the decline? Not any more so than the last couple of thousand years...

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Stupid people do stupid things. Same as it ever was.

Is society on the decline? Not any more so than the last couple of thousand years...
I was specifically referring to the instances of violent crimes being committed against multiple school children in single incidents. Which is a fairly recent development here in America. There were quite a few incidents prior to the 90s of individuals harming one another at school. Usually isolated instances of a student or their sibling shooting a teacher. But it wasn't until the 90s that we began seeing a lot of these shootings happening where people were coming into schools and killing multiple students.
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That is mind boggling!! One of my son-in-laws (I have 4) is a New Orleans LEO. He has two young children and I can imagine his response to something like that.

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This has nothing to do with the Police. This has every thing to do with the Leftest Teachers Union. The Union has pursued an Anti-Gun agenda on firearms. They are making a point to the children. There are no "good" fire arms. The Pro-Gun people should put the pressure on this school.

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Would they prefer that he wear the sidearm and plain clothes?
That's what I would have done. Open carry to drop my kid off. If he bitched again, "You said loose the uniform, make up your mind or pack sand."
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I guess since i know so many of them personally, i see things from a different perspective. Even if they knew your opinion of them, they would still crawl into a burning car to get you out....Thats the LEOs i know..
It's not a negative opinion of officers, we all know a few who are decent people, its about not seeing an "authority presence" on every street corner and in every school USA.

As a kid... It used to be exciting to see a Cop because I rarely ever did... Now, I can't commute 12 minutes across town without seeing blue light revenue generators from 3 different departments.

Individually, they may all be great honorable people doing a tough job... Collectively... They are facilitating the theft of private funds through tickets and fines and I don't pat thieves on the back.

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The progress of any Socialist movement is measured by a concentration of central power. The dissolution of local police by forming distrust is important to the central control of the states. The loop is completed when all police are under the control of one central power structure.

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