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Boy arrested for virtual mass shooting at high school–
The boy downloaded an app for his phone that uses the real backdrop as the setting for the violent game.
Virginia Tech massacre–
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman discusses the tragedy of the Virginia Tech Massacre, what he describes as the most horrifying account he has ever witnessed.
New technoloy gives police eyes inside schools–
Unique surveillance video crime-fighting tool gives Baltimore, OH police dept. an edge in the event of a school shooting, allowing them to see every room of a school from their squad.
Violent Visual Imagery and Children–
Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman discusses the growing trend of mass murders by children in schools over the past three decades and the violent visual imagery that our children are exposed to.
Concealed Carry in our Nation’s Schools–
Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman talks about the likelihood of terrorists targeting U.S. schools and whether or not concealed carry is a viable option for defending our nation's defenseless children.
Woman drives on sidewalk to avoid stopping for school bus–
Shena Hardin, 32, decided that she didn't have time to wait for one particular bus as it stopped to pick up a disabled child each morning, and repeatedly drove on the sidewalk to get around the bus. But the driver captured her on his camera phone and called the police.
Active Shooters in our Schools–
In this informative segment, Deputy James Burke talks about how agencies can work with their school districts to catch active shooter plots early on in their lifecycle.
Tasers in Schools–
Should law enforcement officials be allowed to carry and use TASERS in public schools?
Don Alwes: Active Shooter Update–
Don Alwes is a lead instructor for the National Tactical Officers Association with 24 years of law enforcement experience, specializing in the areas of school and workplace violence and active shooter response. In this PoliceOneTV Original segment, he gives his insight on the current active shooter situation. Learn more: Police Training Topic Active Shooter Topic Relevant PoliceOne Links: Visit the Police Community Topic section Law Enforcement News PoliceGrantsHelp.com
Spike Hopkins: TASER Use in Schools–
Is TASER an appropriate less lethal tool for use in our schools? Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith recently sat down with Master TASER Instructor Commander Spike Hopkins of the Orange County, FL Sheriffs Department to discuss this sometimes controversial issue. Commander Hopkins offers insight from a public relations perspective and offers viewers several training and deployment options to consider. Related Links: Visit the PoliceOne Less Lethal Section Relevant PoliceOne Links: Visit the Police Community Topic section Law Enforcement News PoliceGrantsHelp.com
Perspectives: Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman on School Violence, Causes & Response–
Leading law enforcement trainer and author of the Pulitzer-nominated book, On Killing,Lt. Col. Dave Grossman recently spent some time with PoliceOneTV discussing school violence. With his unique combination of passion, humor, and intensity, Col. Grossman gives viewers much to ponder concerning societal changes and how they affect our youth, our culture, andthe way we police in today's often violent and unpredictable world. Learn more about Lt. Col. Dave Grossman: Wikipedia Page Killology Research Group Biography On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society Relevant PoliceOne Links: Visit the School Violence Topic Read recent School Violence articles Watch videos related to School Violence PoliceOne Feature: Law Enforcement's role on school threat assessment teams
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18 military service members participating in the 2016 Rio Olympics
These athletes protect and represent our country and deserve all the recognition they can get during the 2016 Olympic Games