NBCNews.com: How Schools Have Changed Security after Sandy Hook

Not a direct quote, sort of a compilation of things I said, but nonetheless the point is that we can do more to protect our schools, and we can do more to protect ourselves at our own offices. 

We have the most opportunity before an event, which is why training is so important, however, schools should optimally have physical security onsite that is trained and ready to neutralize a threat and a continuity plan as part of their Emergency Operations Plan to ensure they return to normalcy as fast as possible.

Full story on NBCNews.com here: Sandy Hook shooting anniversary: How schools have changed security

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