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IN THIS ISSUE
 In Florida v. Harris, the sniff was up to snuff
 What does it really mean to be tough?
 Feb. 22, 2013
Dear PoliceOne Member,

In today's newsletter, we once again tackle the issue of arming teachers and administrators in schools. The column I wrote on the subject on the day of the attack in Newtown generated so much interest, I decided that it should be revisited in a point-counterpoint type of debate, undertaken by PoliceOne Columnist Val Van Brocklin and PoliceOne Special Contributor George Williams.

Now, I also want to hear from you. Send me an email with your arguments on whether teachers should be armed, and they may end up in another article on the subject in coming weeks.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor In Chief
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Enforcement and the Law

In Florida v. Harris, the sniff was up to snuff

By Ken Wallentine, PoliceOne Columnist
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Teachers should be permitted to be armed

By George Williams, PoliceOne Contributor
History proves a firearm is fundamentally necessary to defeat an armed suspect. While nothing compels teachers to defend the children, some do so at the cost of their lives. If we cannot rely upon patrol officers to respond in time, what are the options?
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