2019 includes the one-year anniversary of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre and the 20-year anniversary of Columbine High School massacre… and unfortunately way too many other anniversaries of massacres and other violence in schools.
What has changed since these massacres? What hasn’t changed?
Why, even with all the data and “solutions” are we not preventing more massacres, violence, and other tragedies in schools?
Do you know what the Columbine High School post-incident report and the Marjory Stoneman Douglas post-incident report have in common?
Do you know what the Department of Homeland Security recommends in their guide: 12 School Security Guide for Preventing and Protecting Against Gun Violence?
(Keep reading for the answers and video below.)
If you had a choice, Preventing or Responding to shootings, most everyone would choose Preventing.
If you had a choice, Preventing or Responding to violence, suicides, sexual abuse, bullying, drugs, gangs, human trafficking, and numerous other incidents and tragedies, most everyone would choose Preventing.
According to evidence from the Columbine High School post-incident report, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas post-incident report, and the DHS K12 School Security Guide for Preventing and Protecting Against Gun Violence…there are common failures that keep being repeated but that can be eliminated with the right choices.
Check out this short 3 minute and 4 seconds video to learn about these common failures and the choices you can make to prevent more incidents and tragedies.