CCSD has no policy on armed instructors, counts on own police force for security

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Steve Marcus Capt. Ken Young of the Clark County School District Police Department stands outside Chaparral High School Oct. 10, 2017.

Friday, Feb. 23, 2018|2 a.m.

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President Donald Trump is among the voices calling for armed teachers to protect students in the wake of recently’s Florida school shooting that killed 17.

Considering that the shooting in Broward County, Florida, Trump has actually said armed instructors need to get bonus offers, and columnist and frequent conspiracy theorist Wayne Allyn Root has drifted safeguarding schools with armed drones like the ones controlled from Nellis Air Force Base, among others. Students who made it through the school shooting, on the other hand, are calling for gun control.

In Las Vegas, where a shooter eliminated 58 people on the Strip in October, the Clark County School District has actually equipped officers in every high school in the location.

“CCSD does not presently have a policy that addresses the subject of instructors and other school employees carrying weapons on campus,” according to a statement from the district.

A district cops department offers day-to-day services to campuses, and school staff undergo yearly training on how to keep themselves and students safe in threatening scenarios.

“The constant existence of our armed school policeman is a criminal activity deterrent,” according to the district, “and is an additional avenue and resource to trainees who often offer officers with info that stops illegal behavior from happening.”

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