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UP-CLOSE K-Ph.D. School and Campus Shootings Awareness SUMMARY


It is unfortunate that such a book needs to be written but in a world racked by school and workplace violence, this book offers some solutions.


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K-PH.D.


SCHOOL AND CAMPUS SHOOTINGS AWARENESS


A REAL STRATEGY THAT CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE By Tom Wetzel


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James T. McBride and Gregory Truhan are two such men whose distinguished careers and ongoing service afterward have led them to what is likely a magnum opus on student safety in the book they co-wrote called K-Ph.D. School and Campus Shootings Awareness.


ith over 27 years as a police offi cer,


I have had the special opportunity to meet and work with many fi ne women and men in blue who serve their communities with distinction. But every now and then, I get to learn of some who truly go above and beyond in their service to others.


Their tours of duty don’t stop after a shift or a career. They search for innovative ways to help their fellow offi cers stay safer or fi nd solutions to problems that plague a community. Often times when they take off their duty belts, they have only just begun to make a difference.


It is unfortunate that such a book even needs to be written, but sadly, we live in a world racked by violence with a reach that will not even spare young minds simply trying to learn. Something serious needs to be done because what often hap- pens after these tragedies is lots of talk and very little action. After the shock wears off for most of the community, it is business as usual except for those who lost loved ones and must live a life of suffering. I suspect that more often than not, the locations of these major crimes are not much safer afterward and teachers and students are still at serious risk. Authors McBride and Truhan recognize this and present a


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50 LAW and ORDER I July 2015


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