NRA's proposal for school safety
Hutchinson, though, did call for the creation of a 40-60 hour training program for armed officers. To accompany that, his group proposed a "model" state law that would allow certain personnel who have undergone this training to carry weapons on school grounds.
"This is not talking about all teachers," he said. "Teachers should teach."
The 225-page report also called for states to require schools to conduct a safety assessment and for a pilot program to be created assessing mental health as a pre-indicator for violence. . . .Besides being costly, having armed officers at schools makes them a target for these killers. There is a big benefit if the killers don't know who they have to worry about.