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Accused School Shooter's Brother Arrested on Stoneman Douglas Campus, Prosecutor Warns of Red Flags

March 21, 2018
Murphy said that Zachary Cruz was overheard during a jail visit with Nikolas saying “how popular” his brother has become and that “his face is everywhere and his name is national” since the shootings.

North Carolina Student Arrested Over Threat Against University

March 21, 2018
They found a campus emergency response guide on his wall opened to the active shooter response and evacuation pages. They also found searches of school shootings on his computer and took away blueprints of campus buildings.

Parents Turn In Michigan Teen Over Plan to Attack High School

March 21, 2018
The stepfather said the teen approached his parents early Sunday, obviously distraught. He told them he had stolen guns from his grandfather and cut them down so they would fit into a bag, and that he had planned to kill the students who had hurt him. More Here.

SWAT Trained SRO Fired On Maryland School Shooter, Stopped Attack

March 20, 2018
A school resource officer, Deputy First Class Blaine Gaskill, then faced off with the shooter, the sheriff said. The deputy and the gunman each fired one shot simultaneously. Cameron said the gunman later died from his wounds. He said that the investigation would determine whether the round the officer fired hit the shooter.

Former Parkland High School SRO Wanted Accused School Shooter Involuntarily Committed in 2016

March 19, 2018
The documents in the criminal case against Nikolas Cruz, which were obtained by The Associated Press, show school officials and Broward Sheriff's Deputy Scot Peterson, who has been accused of cowardice for failing to act during the shooting, recommended in September 2016 that Cruz be involuntarily committed for a mental evaluation.

Arkansas County Locates School Shooting Hoax 9-1-1 Caller With Solacom Mapping Software

March 19, 2018
Guardian Map is a geo-location and mapping feature that comes with Solacom’s Guardian 9-1-1 Solution, a user-centric voice, data, and video emergency call management solution for public safety answering points (PSAPs). Marion County 911 had the system installed on Feb. 28. Guardian Map allows call takers to view the location and status of all 9-1-1 calls right from their desktops.

Experts Believe Anonymous Tip Lines Can Prevent School Shootings

March 16, 2018
In Colorado, at least two high school students were arrested based on information sent to the state anonymous tip line and mobile app, known as Safe2Tell. “They had a list, they had weapons, they knew exactly what they wanted to do,” said Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, whose office administers the program.

Video: Surveillance Footage Captured During Parkland School Shooting Released

March 15, 2018
The video begins shortly after the shooting started, with Peterson and civilian security monitor Kelvin Greenleaf walking. The two then begin running, get into a golf cart and speed toward Building 12.

Florida Prosecutors to Seek Death Penalty for Parkland Shooting Suspect

March 14, 2018
Broward State Attorney Michael Satz said he had filed the Notice of Intent to Seek Death in the case against 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz.

FL SRO Heard Shots Inside School Building, Told Officers to Stay Away

March 9, 2018
The records appear to support Broward Sheriff Scott Israel’s contention that Peterson, a longtime school resource officer, should have entered Building 12 to engage Cruz and try to prevent deaths.

Florida Governor Signs ‘School Safety’ Bill That Could Arm Teachers

March 9, 2018
Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Friday signed into state law new gun restrictions and a provision that allows teachers to arm themselves in response to the Parkland school shooting.

2 Florida SWAT Officers Suspended for Responding to Parkland School Shooting

March 8, 2018
The officers did not have permission to respond to the shooting at Parkland on Feb. 14, when 17 people were killed.

Broward Deputies were Ordered to Form Perimeter Outside Parkland School During Shooting, Paper Says

March 2, 2018
Capt. Jan Jordan, commander of BSO’s Parkland district, gave the order, the log shows, identifying her by her police call sign.

Training Simulators: Going Beyond Shoot, Don't Shoot

March 1, 2018

Here's a look at what can be done when simulator training is taken to the next level.

School Shootings: Time to Show Some Muscle

March 1, 2018

Deterrence is not just a matter of having sworn officers in the schools; it's having the right officer, with the right equipment, and the right training.

Georgia Teacher Arrested After Shot Fired in Empty Classroom

February 28, 2018
Police didn't immediately say why Davidson reportedly fired the gun, but noted that he aimed away from anyone into an exterior window as the principal tried to unlock the classroom door. After the gunshot, the school was immediately placed on lockdown.

Florida Officer Honored for Capturing Parkland School Shooting Suspect

February 27, 2018
“It’s not about me. It’s about my brothers and sisters in law enforcement, fire rescue, first responders. We all had a role that day,” Coconut Creek Officer Michael Leonard told Broward County commissioners as they honored him Tuesday. “I’m honored to wear the badge.”

Florida Governor Orders State Investigation into Parkland School Shooting Response

February 26, 2018
“There must be an independent investigation and that is why I asked the FDLE Commissioner to immediately start this process,” the governor said in a written statement.

Florida Deputy Accused of Cowardice During School Shooting Defends Himself

February 26, 2018
Scot Peterson issued a statement through his lawyer, Joseph DiRuzzo III, saying that he followed Broward County Sheriff’s Office protocol on Feb. 14 and that he didn’t rush into the school because he believed the gunfire was coming from outside.

To Prevent School Shootings, Show Some Muscle

February 23, 2018
Deterrence is not just a matter of having armed personnel or even sworn officers in the schools; it’s having the right officer, with the right equipment, and the right training.
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