CDZ Guns for teachers. Some questions

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    What weapons will teachers have at school?

    What is the process for training these teachers?

    Will there be a gun safe in schools?

    Will there be a 24 hour, 365 day security guard to guard the guns in schools?

    Who will certify armed teacher gun competence?

    Will a teacher be expected to shoot a student?

    What will be the costs of liability to put guns in schools?

    Will parents be told which teachers and which classrooms are equipped with guns?

    What becomes of schools where no school staff agrees to ne armed?

    Will the guns be equipped with sensors allowing only those with fobs or rings to fire them?

    Who pays for the guns?

    And finally, if a concealable weapon is mandated, will such weapons be effective against more powerful AR? And if they are deemed adequate against an AR, what then is the virtue of an AR in home defense? After all, if a pistol is good enough to defend school children, why is it not deemed adequate to protect a home?
     
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    It’s already being done successfully-

    http://www.caller.com/story/news/ed...stricts-allow-teachers-staff-armed/364677002/

    Teachers with guns? Some Ohio districts arm staff but don’t tell public

    What it's like for one teacher who already carries a gun
     
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    ----------------------------------------------- lots of silly questions designed to stop or slow Arming of teachers that want to be armed . Luckily we have the NRA that are the gun Specialists and trainers to much of Americas Military and police as well as USA citizens and many others in the world . Anyway , all your questions will be answered by their policies and i am sure that YOU will like that NKing .
     
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    and see post number 3 . I haven't looked at it yet but looks like the links in that 'post number 3 ' contain some info NKing .
     
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    FASTER Saves Lives ... And the training is free of charge.

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    Law Enforcement Training provides training for all approved school sentinels. The training course for the school sentinel program consists of at least 80 hours of training in the following subject areas.

    1. Firearms proficiency
    2. Use of force
    3. Legal aspects
    4. Weapons retention
    5. Identifying protocol for identifying sentinel
    6. First aid
    The school board may submit a person for school sentinel training only if the person meets the following requirements:

    1. Is a citizen of the United States;
    2. Is at least 21 years of age at time of appointment;
    3. Has fingerprints taken by a qualified law enforcement officer;
    4. Is of good moral character;
    5. Is a graduate of an accredited high school or has a high school equivalency certificate acceptable to the commission;
    6. Is examined by a licensed physician who certifies, on forms prescribed by the commission, that the applicant is able to perform the duties of a school sentinel;
    7. Is interviewed in person by the school board or its designee and approved by the school board to apply to the school sentinel basic training course;
    8. Has received written approval to apply to the school sentinel basic training course by all local law enforcement agencies with jurisdiction over the school premises in which the individual will act as a school sentinel;
    9. Has not unlawfully used any prescribed drug, controlled substance, or marijuana within one year before the time of application for training; and
    10. Has a valid concealed weapons permit.

    South Dakota Attorney General
     
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    Isn't arming teachers something responsible people would like more information about? Is this move so trivial that the American people should just cede thenprocess to a lobbying group without question?

    And why would you consider the questions posed in the OP silly? Are you not reasonable and responsible enough to engage in civil discourse?

    What have been the consequences when citizens abrogate their responsibilities to bureaucrats, or worse, political lobbying groups?
     
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