Here are just a few of the text messages I received on the ZeroRez text-line in response to my question on school safety and should we put in metal detectors, retired police officers and/or more restrictive entrance procedures? All agreed….there is no easy solution.
Metal detectors yes. So what if it takes a little longer
to get in if it saves one life. How can we afford not to?
Metal detectors… arm the teachers… don’t be afraid
to confront students if you think something’s wrong.’
What’s changed? The LEFTIST & communists
are educating our kids.
Joey who’s to say if you make one entrance with
a metal detector and they are waiting in the car
with a gun. It makes for an easy target. There is
not an easy fix here.
Metal detectors will not solve this problem study
was done by the TSA they planted illegal items on
100 random people and 96 got through.
Hello Joey. The one entrance approach will just
make a whole lot of students and adults sitting
ducks. Like shooting fish in a barrel. The only
true answer is to figure out the true cause of
this. Children r not being guided and taught
character and a moral foundation.
For all those naysayers that say you can’t put
metal detectors in high school it’s just not
practical. Tell him to do some research on
the LA Unified School District. They’ve had
metal detectors in their schools for years.
It mostly came about when the Crips and
the Bloods were very violent against each
other in the South Central Area and kids
were bringing guns to schools.
Hi Joey, more and more it’s a discipline issue
starting at home. I’m guilty and learning how
to discipline again the way I was. Didn’t like it
much but makes sense now. please share this
reading from Hebrews 12:11 with your audience.
No discipline is enjoyable while it is happening
—it’s painful! But afterward there will be a
peaceful harvest of right living for those who
are trained in this way.