By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie Preventing juvenile mass murder in American schools is the job of police officers, school teachers, and concerned parents — but cops are on the front lines. According to Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, we must diligently work toward increasing understanding among the sheep that the wolves could one day be coming for their children.Teaching the teachers
In "Achilles in Vietnam," Jonathan Shea says disrespect for the enemy is a prime cause of PTSD. Law enforcement, vulnerable to the disorder, should remember the dangers of dehumanizing adversaries - however immoral their behavior ... Resist the impulse
From elementary schools to universities, students and teachers alike have become easy prey for anyone bold — or psychotic — enough to carry a weapon on school grounds and into a classroom ... Checklist for prevention
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It's a good idea to at least know a little something about how and what people are learning so you can have a better appreciation for maintaining your state of readiness when dealing with subjects ... Not all train for right reasons
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