Laura Carno

Laura Carno, executive director of FASTER Colorado, speaking at the Shaftesbury Society.

As students head back to campus this month, school safety is a growing part of the equation facing administrators and parents.

In Madison County, N.C. Sheriff Buddy Harwood has announced that six schools in the county will have a locked up semi-automatic rifle along with ammunition and equipment to break through a barricaded door. The county school superintendent and county school board have been meeting with the sheriff’s office about the safety measures. The schools’ resource officers have undergone training at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College.

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