School Security and Safety
School’s safety and security have been taken into consideration. After the past few historical events, that have changed the way that citizens look at school’s security and safety has changed dramatically. School districts and the government are taking action in fixing this problem that is continuing to become worse. Their goals are to make these schools a safe environment for students and staff to attend to. The ideas and bills that have been made and are taking place are going to affect the schools and the way that they will run. School security and safety will one day not be an issues in society. School Security and Safety
Children have grown up thinking that school is a safe place to be. Through recent historical events, children’s safety and school’s security is something to be questioned. Are children really safe at school anymore? Since a couple of the last school shootings, school districts and the government have been making changes to the way that they are running their schools now. The schools have come up with emergency plans, making of a bill, hiring more officers to be on the school campus, and doing whatever is possible to make their school safer than they thought it already was. In some schools, they are wanting to push “intruder” drills, so in case an incident were to occur, the school would be prepared. School security and safety should be improved so in the future there won’t be a new historical event in the news.
School incidents have been happening for over decades. The most recent ones are the ones that many will remember and be effected by forever. Many are familiar with the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Adam Lanza, a twenty year old man, entered Sandy Hook Elementary one morning and shot twenty young children and 6 staff employees, and then committed suicide. It was a traumatic day for many. Since this event, the United Stated has taken action into making our...
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