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Monday Feb 16 | via Battle Creek Enquirer
Teachers learn to stop a killer Training for active shooter held at Battle Creek Central Check out this story on battlecreekenquirer.com: http://bcene.ws/1Eialdg Officer Damon Young, right with checked shirt, talks to teachers during active shooter training at Battle Creek Central High School. About 150 teachers from Battle Creek Central High School, the Battle Creek Area Math and Science Center and Northwestern STEM School learned how to protect students and themselves if a shooter attacks their school. Comment?
Friday Feb 13 | via UPI
The 16-member commission assigned to investigate the appalling shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School more than two years ago has completed a draft of its final report and will submit it to Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy next month. Posted to the state of Connecticut's official website, the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission begins the report by offering a dedication to the 26 first-graders and faculty at the elementary who were shot to death by gunman Adam Lanza on Dec. 14, 2012. Comment?
Monday Feb 9 | via Polygon
Armed law enforcement, summoned by a hoax call, raided the home of a popular Runescape livestreamer last week which prompted this emotional message in which the gamer describes his 10-year-old brother being held at gunpoint. Joshua Peters, who lives in Minnesota and livestreams as "koopatroopa787," uploaded this video on Thursday, following a raid on his home that was captured during a streaming session. Comment?
Friday Jan 30 | via Disaster News Network
As Charles "Andy" Williams faced sentencing Thursday, the faith community in Santee, Calif., offered comfort to families still hurting a year and a half after the teen opened fire in his high school. Williams fired his father's .22-caliber revolver more than 30 times at his Santana High School classmates in March 2001, killing two students and wounding 13 individuals -- 11 of whom were students. Comment?
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