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Prepare students for active shooters without terrifying them — NASRO to AP
“We need to be as prepared as we can, but it doesn’t mean that we’ve got to terrify students to get them prepared.” That’s part of what NASRO executive director Mo Canady told the Associated Press for a story about active shooter drills in schools.
2012 Sandy Hook tragedy led to epic school safety change — NASRO to WBRC TV
“I knew as that was unfolding, we were facing another really epic change in school safety.” That’s part of what NASRO executive director Mo Canady told WBRC FOX6 News for a story about school security changes that have occurred since the 2012 Sandy Hook tragedy.
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NASRO hosts school safety summit for leaders — WBAL TV
“What really makes us successful in terms of keeping our schools, our communities, our kids safe is working together.” That’s part of what NASRO past president Don Bridges told WBAL-TV 11, Baltimore for a story about our National School Safety Leaders’
School policing fails when not done right — NASRO to USC
“I am very pro-law-enforcement-in-schools, if it’s done the right way,” NASRO executive director Mo Canady said during a panel discussion hosted last month by USC: Safe Communities Institute – SCI.
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Metal detectors in schools require commitment — NASRO to First Coast News
“You’ve got to make sure you’re consistently using the (metal detector) technology properly and that staff is effectively trained. … There has to be an all-in commitment that it’s going to be properly used. If not, it can very easily cause a false sense of security.”
That’s part of what NASRO executive director Mo Canady told WTLV-TV in Jacksonville,