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Children’s security is worth the battle

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In his Feb. 28 letter to the editor “Laws can’t stop gun violence,” the author declares that “even if there were no NRA, it would not make any difference.” Does he truly not believe countless dollars from the National Rifle Association– funding congressional coffers with the sole purpose of influencing legislators not to pass legislation that would restrict the sale of weapons– makes no difference?

He likewise says, “When it comes to avoiding mentally disrupted people from getting guns, you tell me how that’s possible.” I state you don’t toss up your hands in defeat. You do whatever lawfully possible to limit their access.

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


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

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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.”

U.S. positive in Olympics security regardless of North Korea tensions

Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018|9:15 a.m.

WASHINGTON– The United States says it’s not knowledgeable about any particular hazard to the upcoming Winter season Olympics in South Korea and is confident that American professional athletes, coaches and spectators will be safe, regardless of nuclear tensions with North Korea.

State Department authorities supervising security for the United States Olympic group stated Wednesday that they had actually planned for all threat contingencies in preparation for the Pyeongchang Games that begin next week.

They said roughly 100 Diplomatic Security agents would be deployed to Seoul and two sites in Pyeongchang. That has to do with the like have been sent out to previous Olympics.

The United States Olympic delegation will number about 275 and an estimated 60,000 Americans are expected to participate in the video games.

North Korea is participating in the video games. They begin on February 9.

Mandalay Bay security evaluated as 2 reach 32nd floor without permission


In the aftermath of 1 October, MGM Resorts and Mandalay Bay assured to increase security, specifically around the visitor and service elevators. The service elevator is how the 1 October shooter was able his weapons into his hotel space, according to authorities.

Two investigative journalists tested security, four months after the shooting. Independent investigative journalists Laura Loomer and Mike Turber strolled into the hotel’s service elevator undisputed. The 2 taped themselves riding the service elevator to the 32nd flooring of the hotel and back to the ground floor about four times last Thursday. They stated they made their trips around 10:00 p.m., the same time shooter Stephen Paddock opened fire on the crowds below on Oct. 1.

[RELATED: Las Vegas police release preliminary report on 1 October examination]

Cops stated this was the exact same service elevator Paddock utilized to transfer his toolbox to his hotel room. No one challenged Paddock as he rode to the 32nd flooring, and no one challenged Loomer and Turber, they stated.

“A housekeeping employee just saw us enter this elevator … Absolutely nothing. We just walked in right past security. Basically there isn’t really any. There’s an electronic camera in here too,” Loomer stated.

Loomer posted the video to her Youtube channel with a clip of a Steve Wynn interview taken after the shooting.

“No public individual has actually ever ridden a service elevator (at a Wynn residential or commercial property) unless they were accompanied by security,” Wynn stated last fall.

“It’s actually clear that Mandalay Bay and MGM Resorts have actually not taken any actions to enhance security procedures despite the reality that one of the worst mass shootings took place on their properties,” Loomer stated.

“There’s no sign on these doors that tell you this is a service elevator for housekeeping, workers … absolutely nothing,” Turber stated.

“There’s no lock on the door … It’s open,” Loomer said.

MGM Resorts saw Loomer’s video and responded.

“We are carefully evaluating the video in our continuous efforts to evaluate and fine-tune our security procedures,” a declaration from MGM Resorts read.

Turber tape-recorded another video making the exact same journey through the corridors and up the service elevator; something he said he’s done 27 times considering that the 1 October shooting.

[RELATED: Nevada judge to launch additional 1 October search warrants]

Loomer has actually ruffled some feathers at Metro and MGM with her reporting on 1 October, but she stated this isn’t about her. She said her she wished to expose a serious on-going security defect from a business that should understand better.

“When you have an attack of this quality happening, you would expect the casinos that have millions to invest to carry out more stringent security, specifically offered the fact that individuals are influenced by this attack to perform their own attacks of terrorism,” Loomer said.

[SLIDESHOW: Portraits of the victims of the Las Vegas shooting]

Loomer and Turber said they’ll share their videos with lawyers for the 1 October victims and their families.

[RELATED: Household of Las Vegas 1 October victim finally getting assistance]

A guard was published near the service elevator Monday night.

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Landmark research study is an action towards enhanced security in expert combating and other sports

[unable to retrieve full-text content] While it is now well acknowledged that repeated blows to the head are a danger element for CTE, we are still in our infancy of understanding why this condition happens in some individuals and not others …

Mandalay Bay security personnel Jesús Campos speaks openly on '' Ellen '.


Jesús Campos, the Mandalay Bay security personnel who was shot in the leg by Stephen Paddock and after that notified others of Paddock’s location, spoke publicly for the first time, in an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Program

. Campos was signed up with by constructing engineer Stephen Schuck, who was working with him that night. The 2 were the very first to come across Paddock in 1 October. Fifty-eight people were eliminated and 546 were hurt after Paddock opened fire into the Route 91 Harvest Celebration crowd of 22,000.

“I’m doing better each day. Slowly but surely, simply recovery physically and mentally,” Campos said. I relive that night a lot, he said.

“It’s absolutely hard. As every day passes, though, we’re working to obtain over this,” Schuck stated.

Inning accordance with Ellen, seems like this is going to be his only interview.
“I understand your unwillingness since you simply desire this to be over”

— Adam Herbets (@AdamHerbets)

October 18, 2017 Campos described his experiences that night.

“When a door is open for a specific quantity of time, we look at it,” he stated. “We get notifications to secure them. Or if they have actually currently been secured, just making that examine the doors. I was coming up from the 31st (flooring) to the 32nd. When I approached the door, it didn’t open. It was blocked off, so I had to reroute.”

“(Stairwell doors are) always expected to remain open. So after I dropped down and came back through a corridor, and then I approached the room, got into the (stairwell) door, there was a metal bracket holding the (stairwell) door in location. When I was in that location, I was calling security dispatch to get moved to engineering. They didn’t understand anything about it, so they dispatched an engineer (Stephen Schuck) to go confirm what that was. At that time, I heard what I assumed was drilling sounds. And I thought they were in the area working somehow. As that (stairwell) door is closing, and it’s so heavy, it’ll slam, I’m walking down (the corridor) and I believe that’s what caught the shooter’s attention.”

“As I was strolling down, I heard rapid fire. And at first, I took cover. I felt a burning feeling. I went to lift my pant upper hand and I saw the blood. That’s when I called it in on my radio that shots have been fired, and I was going to say that I was hit. But I got on my mobile phone, just to clear that radio traffic where they can collaborate the rest of the call. (Paddock shot) from behind the (hotel space) door. I don’t know how he was shooting, however he shot out,” Campos stated.

Jesus Campos said he yelled shots fired over the radio but didn’t tell anyone he was struck initially because he wanted to keep airwaves open. pic.twitter.com/9uNNoU96N8

— Adam Herbets (@AdamHerbets)

October 18, 2017 Schuck said he concerned take a look at the blocked door.

“I didn’t think anything uncommon at the time. I came from a greater floor, boiled down a different hallway service elevator and I walked out. I rounded the corner for the 100 corridor which’s when … it was quiet at this time. And the doors are set back about a foot. Jesus was towards completion of the hallway, but I didn’t understand at that time. I thought I saw someone up out of the cubby and I kept strolling. When I got more than midway, was when I saw Jesús and I started to hear shooting,” Schuck stated.

“At the time, I didn’t know it was shooting. I thought it was a jack hammer. As an engineer, I thought, ‘We’re not developing here, this late at night, we would not be doing that.’ And it was, I think outside. It wasn’t in the hallway yet. That’s when Jesús, he leaned out, and stated, ‘Take cover! Hide!’ And yelled at me, and within milliseconds, if he didn’t say that, I would’ve got hit. (Bullets) were passing behind my head and I could feel pressure,” Schuck stated.

“There was a female (visitor) that came out, and I told her to go back within, it wasn’t safe. Shortly after, that’s when Stephen (Schuck) was approaching and I informed him to ‘Stay back, and get cover.’ That’s when more rounds were dispersed,” Campos said.

“Jesús saved Stephen Schuck’s life and the lady’s life,” Ellen reiterated. “Thank you so much for being here.”

She explained why the Campos came on her program.

“You’re discussing it now and you’re not going to talk about it once again and I don’t blame you. Due to the fact that why relive this over and over again? But it’s handy for individuals to understand what a hero you are. Because you being shot in the leg saved so many individuals’s lives. And rather of you simply getting out of there, you saved Stephen (Schuck’s) life, you saved that woman’s life and who understands how many other people? So we just wished to commemorate you. That’s why you’re here today,” Ellen stated.

“Thank you,” Campos responded.

“After this happened, rather of going to the hospital, you stayed to assist the police and get them all the info they needed to piece these things together. As well as, exactly what did you want to point out?” Ellen asked.

“I simply wish to mention all individuals that helped that night, whether it was City, the FBI, the neighborhood specifically coming together to help everybody in requirement, the very first responders, even the people that got called in to help in the health centers. Whatever puts pieces together on how everybody came together to assist that night, even in the darkest hour,” Campos stated.

“I ‘d wish to thank the very first responders, the people on the ground at the show assisting each other out. The acts of humankind were significant that night and I want to thank Jesus again from my family and all my buddies and everybody for conserving my life,” Schuck said.

“We wanted to provide you money. You both were extremely specific, you said you don’t want money. You do not want cash at all, so you’re not getting any cash. However Stephen, your favorite group is the Colts, and you have actually never ever been to a video game, so the NFL is flying you to meet the team and get VIP tickets, so you’re going to go see the Colts,” Ellen said.

“Jesús, you’re a fan of the Oakland Raiders, and Shutterfly is going to provide you season tickets when the team goes to Las Vegas, you’re going to have the ability to see them,” Ellen stated.

“Also we know it’s really important to you that everyone is recognized, so Shutterfly appreciates supporting neighborhoods, so it’s going to make a contribution of $25,000 in your name to the GoFundMe page that’s dedicated to the victims of the shooting.”

MGM Resorts, the owner of Mandalay Bay, is a sponsor of the Ellen DeGeneres Show and features Ellen-themed slots at its casinos consisting of Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, New York-New York, Excalibur, Luxor, Monte Carlo, and Bellagio to name a few, inning accordance with a link from her show’s site.

The episode aired on FOX5 Wednesday at 3:00 p.m.

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The Latest: Hotel says injured Vegas security guard is safe

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Drapes ripple out of broken windows at the Mandalay Bay resort and gambling establishment Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, on the Las Vegas Strip following a fatal shooting at a music celebration in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher). LAS VEGAS (AP) -. The current on the examination of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas (all times regional): 11:35 a.m. A Las Vegas gambling establishment business states the guard who was shot and injured by Stephen Paddock and disappeared prior to he will give TV interviews is safe and wants people to respect his privacy. MGM Resorts International spokeswoman Debra DeShong stated in declaration Tuesday that Jesus Campos will inform his story when he is prepared.

MGM Resorts owns the Mandalay Bay hotel, where Paddock shot Ramos prior to he opened fire on c and w concertgoers from his 32nd floor suite and eliminated 58 people.

DeShong made the statement after a representative for Campos’ union stated he prepared last Thursday for TV appearances but went to a health center rather.

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. A union authorities representing the Las Vegas hotel guard shot by Stephen Paddock prior to he rained shooting on a music celebration says the guard disappeared recently prior to he was scheduled for TV interviews.

Security, Police, and Fire Experts of America leader David Hickey stated Tuesday he last become aware of Jesus Campos’ whereabouts from a union member who messaged that he was with Campos.

Hickey says Campos was preparing Thursday for TV looks however the message said he was taken to a health clinic.

Hickey states the very same union member sent messages Friday stating he was with Campos however not saying where.

Campos talked with cops however hasn’t spoken openly about the Oct. 1 massacre.

Paddock opened fire from a Mandalay Bay resort suite, eliminating 58 people.

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Representative for security guard Jesus Campos speaks out

A union representative of Jesus Campos said Campos was required to a” fast center.

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LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -. The Mandalay Bay security guard who police said was shot in the resort’s hallway by suspect Stephen Paddock the night of the 1 October shooting was anticipated to speak with reporters Thursday. Rather, his union representative stated he had not seen or heard from Campos in hours.

David Hickey is the president of the Security, Cops, and Fire Professionals of America union. He said he had been working with Jesus Campos to assist him prepare yourself for his first media interviews.

But Hickey stated during a meeting with MGM authorities Thursday afternoon, Campos left and never ever came back.

” For the past four days he’s been preparing … ( Thursday) we had a conference with MGM officials, and after that conference was over, we talked about the interviews, we went to a private location, when we came out, Mr. Campos was gone.” Hickey stated.

Hickey said it was Campos who had actually asked for to do the interviews with the media, because he wished to tell his story and start to carry on.

Hickey did say that he got a text Thursday night, saying Campos was taken to a “fast center.”

” Right now I’m simply worried where my member is, and exactly what his condition is. It’s highly uncommon. I’m hoping everything is OK with him and I make sure MGM or the union will let ( media) understand when we hear something,” he said.

Hickey would not talk about the 1 October timeline.

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'' Definition of a hero'': Slain security staffer kept in mind as humble, caring


L.E. Baskow Pastor Denis Barrera comforts Angelica Cervantes during a service Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, at the Davis Funeral service House and burial for her boy Erick Silva, 21, who was killed in the Oct. 1 mass shooting while working his security task at the Route 91 Harvest

she stood in front of her kid’s gravesite while the last spots of turf were patted down by teams Thursday at Davis Funeral service House. “He was a really beautiful person, inside and out.”Silva, just 21, was among 58 people eliminated in the mass shooting on Oct. 1, 6 of whom were from the Las Vegas Valley. Prior to he was buried as part of a nearly three-hour service Thursday, his body lay in an open coffin at the front of the altar for a jam-packed home of nearly 200 people. Almost 100 guests in the capability crowd inside the little chapel put on the yellow uniforms of Contemporary Provider Corp. Silva had worked for the Las Vegas security company considering that 2014, staffing major

occasions like Electric Daisy Carnival, Life is Beautiful and NASCAR before losing his life on responsibility throughout the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The week prior to he was killed, Silva had actually been provided a promo to transition into management, his supervisor said.”He was constantly breath of fresh air coming through that door,” said CSC office manager Gina Argento with tears streaming down her face as she talked to the crowd.”From open to close at the office, from start to end up at the occasions, we counted on him, and he never let us down.”Kept in mind as a” family man who honored his mom,”Silva helped support Cervantes, his stepfather Gregorio de la Rosa and younger sibling Arturo, 11, with his CSC income. He ended up being known within the company for his “infamous”

ability to spot fence-jumpers and those with synthetic wristbands trying to go into locations, like the Las Vegas Speedway throughout EDC, without purchasing the correct credentials. For such festivals, he ‘d keep the phony wristbands in his pocket to reveal them to fellow security personnel after the event, Argento stated. While Erick might have been “anything he wished to be, “inning accordance with family and friends, he desired join the City Police department as a patrol officer. On the night he was killed, Silva’s heroic actions modeled what would be expected in his

dream task. Stationed in front of the Route 91 Harvest phase throughout the celebration, he helped pull festivalgoers over a stageside barrier to seek shelter

when bullets began raining down from the Mandalay Bay, potentially saving lives. “We began a company on honor and stability, and Erick embodied that till the very end, “said Jay Purves, CSC’s vice president of Nevada operations, who was stationed on the other side of the stage throughout the festival.”As sad as this day is, it’s an event of who he is and what he did. He was the meaning of a hero– he was a leader and he marched and made a distinction that day.”Purves, who runs the Las Vegas branch of CSC on East Reno Opportunity, next to the Las Vegas Village festival grounds, stated the company will call its training center after Silva in his honor. Buddies and family in participation originated from as far as California, Reno and Mexico to bid their last goodbye to

the Las Vegas hero, while administering Pastor Denis Barrera of Iglesia Cristiana Jehova Nissi pledged Silva’s tradition will”forever live in the history of Las Vegas.”While the majority of the discussion on Silva was

mournful and severe, a few of his closest good friends provided the lengths to which Silva wanted to both joke and assist people. Tylaicha Rate satisfied Silva seven years earlier when the 2 were between intermediate school in high school, and said they had been friends since. Previously this year, in an attempt to” keep everyone safe, “Cost, 21, and Silva utilized a stash of authorities lights and sirens they had actually bought online to”stopped “a wrong-way driver on Stone Highway, she stated. After seeing the driver was “very intoxicated,”Silva and Cost, dressed in street clothes, escorted the female to the rear seat of Silva’s sedan and drove her back to her east valley house, Price said.”Erick simply wished to ensure people were safe,” Cost stated, laughing.”That chooses anytime he saw that someone was in distress. We were naïve and having fun, but his heart was constantly in the right place.” She added that Silva frequently served homeless people with meals before going house from work, including that he didn’t mind buying a”real meal,”if someone was hungry.

He often brought pizza and doughnuts into the CSC workplace, his colleagues stated, and was”always there” to comfort or raise money online for those who lost a liked one. Purves has actually presumed that role for Silva’s family. A

GoFundMe account in Silva’s name developed by his CSC manager aims to raise$50,000 for his funeral service and burial expenditures. It can be found here.

In Las Vegas, show security met a new threat: aerial assault


Hilary Swift/ The New York Times Pedestrians take photos of the broken windows on the 32nd floor where a shooter fired on an outside show celebration Sunday at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Oct. 2, 2017. The gunman, identified as Stephen Paddock, eliminated a minimum of 58 people and injured numerous others attending the Path 91 Harvest Festival at an outside place near the hotel.

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attack, “one in a million, “an all-but-unforeseeable” black swan. “In the after-effects of

the mass shooting at the Las Vegas c and w celebration, event security experts– numerous with years of experience preventing bad stars in busy crowds– are characterizing the ambush in darkly exceptional, almost fatalistic terms. However they are also considering ever-changing risks in their field after the aerial attacks that killed a minimum of 59 individuals and injured more than 520 on Sunday. The specter of catastrophe is specifically uneasy for open-air occasions in urban environments– including the Austin City Limits music festival, which starts Friday in a Texas park and is now undergoing renewed security evaluations. “There is no handbook for this,” said Chris Robinette, president of Prevent Advisors, a security subsidiary of Oak View Partners, a business that recommends sports and home entertainment locations like Madison Square Garden.” It is a vibrant procedure that requires promoters, venue managers, regional authorities and other stakeholders to interact.” Since the Sept. 11 attacks, standard security protocol at shows, celebrations and other large entertainment occasions has become progressively sophisticated, matching the mainstream adoption of previously unheard-of security preventative measures at airports around the country. Music gatherings– long bastions of ephemeral intimacy and unwinded inhibitions– have actually become the site of bomb-sniffing pet dogs, body scanners and high-definition closed circuit video cameras, particularly in the wake of recent massive attacks on concerts consisting of the Bataclan rock club in Paris and the Manchester Arena. Jeff Dorenfeld, a music service professor at Berklee College of Music with a focus on touring and celebrations, recalled a time when performance security hardly

existed.” I was at Altamont,” stated Dorenfeld, who went on to visit with Ozzy Osbourne and Boston, of the 1969 show notorious for deaths and violence.” There wasn’t real security. “But even with the steady ratcheting up of defenses, a new wave of mass casualty occasions has actually highlighted the methods figured out enemies can create chaos by moving their focus to the locations immediately surrounding a location. In Las Vegas, the gunman, Stephen Paddock, performed his killing spree from a towering window at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino– around 400 yards away from the festival site– well outside the typical security border of pat-downs and metal detectors that is produced for such events. He slipped the hotel’s own security device and picked an open-air target that is by definition susceptible from a high elevation.” We need to go back to Lee Harvey Oswald on the book depository to conjure a comparable situation,” stated Steven A. Adelman, vice president of the Event Safety Alliance, by telephone Monday afternoon, describing the assassination of President John F.

Kennedy. “This actually is special.” Louis Marciani, director of the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security, had a hard time to imagine how a comparable assault might be prevented in the future.” There’s no other way that any great operation would have caught that, “he stated of the shooting.”

We have actually now got to return to the drawing board.” Las Vegas Town, the website of Route 91 Harvest Festival, is owned by the very same business– MGM Resorts International– as the hotel where Paddock opened fire. It is most likely that there was at least some preplanning in between the two facilities before the celebration occurred.(

MGM has not commented.) But even if Mandalay Bay was on high alert last weekend, snaring Paddock would likely have required a level of screening that far goes beyond existing practices.” You ‘d have to have X-ray makers and magnetometers at each entrance,” said Adelman.” No hotel does that. “Festival organizers could decide to prevent areas near the sorts of tall structures that can provide gunmen cover and a clear vantage, but Adelman suggested that other loopholes would then emerge

.” Do you not hold celebrations near hills or high trees?” he questioned.” Do you ban trucks?” Dorenfeld offered a similarly rueful hypothetical. Does every celebration now need to resemble Bonnaroo,” in the middle of an open field?” But he worried that treatments are constantly developing.” I go to these celebrations and I browse and I’m so satisfied, “he said.” Security is really good, and it’ll just get better. “For individuals behind

Austin City Limits, which will bring 75,000 music fans to Zilker Park in Austin, Texas, this weekend, the question of how to keep individuals safe is now freighted with a lot more pushing seriousness than usual. Security specialists and some occasion promoters have actually required expanding the border around so-called soft targets, and for increased coordination in between locations and surrounding businesses. Following the Las Vegas shooting, the producer of the Austin festival, C3 Provides, launched a statement detailing a” layered security strategy that includes elements that are seen and unseen,

” and that will include” a boosted security and police presence inside and outside the celebration.” The business likewise revealed that it would use refunds to any fans worried about security. The Austin authorities chief

, Brian Manley, said on Monday:” It’s not that it’s a hazard that we are not aware of, but whenever you have an occurrence happen you constantly need to be worried about copycats– somebody that takes a look at this as a chance. “In a press conference, he added that officers had already gone to apartments on the park’s north side

that partially ignore the celebration grounds. Manley had a hard time to buoy his tone while talking to would-be celebration guests, though he prompted them to continue to” do the things that we enjoy.” But he ended the news conference with an unvarnished caveat.” We live in a world now where you can not secure versus every single danger,” he said.