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Should there be armed security guards and teachers at every school?

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  • Yes because this

    Is a very important issue and still is and it is a good idea because people need to feel protective at schools and this is very bad if people don't feel safe people need to feel safe at their own school that will be bad though very very bad and not good

  • Everyone will be safe!

    You have probably heard on the news that there are more and more school shootings in the United States of America. It is really scary, Especially that there is an actual gunman that carries a gun and starts killing people. With security guards that are especially armed, They will protect the school and the guards will get anyone that will threaten schoolchildren and the staff members in the school. More and more kids are getting injured and killed due to these incidents. Also, Teachers should be allowed to carry a gun just in case if there is no armed security guard to be there, The teacher can take the suspect down. Students and staff members will feel safer with security guards and teachers with a weapon to protect everyone. That is my reason why I think that there should be armed security guards and teachers at every school.

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  • If by armed guards you mean local or state police stationed near a school for immediate action, Yes.

    Here is what we know summarized:

    A. Students, Teachers, And staff do not carry firearms.
    B. Barring a rare stroke of luck or incompetence, An armed person is required to stop an armed person.
    C. Many states, Schools, And organizations will never consent to the arming of teachers or staff.
    D. So long as someone can obtain a firearm, Through legal or illegal means, They will be able to commit a mass shooting.
    E. By knowledge of point D, We know that the shooter will likely plan and prioritize his attack to induce the most casualties. Ergo, He will eliminate the armed defender firsts by surprise to prevent them halting his or her attack.

    Solution: So long as staff cannot armed, Presumably because they cannot be trusted, Then we entrust that responsibility to someone we already trust to be armed and defend us.

    Problems we know this will entail:

    A. There is risk of such a policeman killing a student or staff in crossfire.
    B. There is risk of a policeman shooting a student or staff member in anger.
    C. The police may then be targeted.

    Why these problems are irrelevant:

    A. The risk of one or several getting in the crossfire is already present when police are called in to defend schools, And far outweighs the risk of a mass shooting where hundreds could die under a planned attack.
    B. We already trust police with firearms to defend us. Its worked quite well for most people so far, And we aren't getting rid of them any time soon.
    C. Better that one or two policemen take a bullet than ten or a hundred innocent schoolchildren. Police take the badge, They knew the risks when they signed up. Innocent kids are just kids. Plain and simple.

    Funny how everything becomes simpler when you break it down its core parts, Isn't it?

  • Safety and Armed Role Models

    Like the police protect the public from trouble, The armed guard would be used for the same purpose. The students wouldn't necessarily be intimidated because they would know the guard are there to protect them from danger. Children will begin to look up to the guard as a hero and this daily display of an official authority role model could propel positive behavior amongst the student body while simultaneously creating a safer environment. If armed guards can be used in airports, Banks, For celebrities, And during concerts, Then why not in schools? Why not protect today’s youth, Especially considering the rise of school violence in the 21st century?

  • I think yes because then we will have somebody on sight to stop a shooter.

    Well in a To an extent. Not teachers, Because some would possibly be extremely irresponsible with weapons in a classroom, Which would cause problems hiring teachers. But armed security should be at every school. Shootings in which a very large number of people are killed or injured, Usually occur in unarmed places, Like schools. There may still be a death count, But if there is armed security the problem would be resolved quickly and hopefully efficiently. The culprit doesn't even have to be shot and killed, Instead can be overtaken. It doesn't have to be airport tight, And armed security may even be a quite unnerving to students or staff, But mentally that is a small price to pay for overall security of children and staff.

  • Teachers as well as SRO's should be armed at schools

    A schools safety resource officer's job is to make sure that everyone stays safe at that school. More extreme situations calls for the SRO to intervene. But this SRO is armed. If a scenario were to arise in which students lives were on the line, This SRO would be able to step up and stop that threat. Why should we not allow this same right to our teachers. Train certain teachers on how they should use the gun while at school so that if a threat arises it may be taken care of swiftly.

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  • Schools should hire armed guards to patrol the school

    If schools hire armed police officers to patrol the school during the day, there would be a much quicker response to an active shooter and the gunman would be neutralized much faster. This idea can save countless lives in the future. I also believe that teachers should have firearms in their desks in case a guard can't reach that specific classroom in time. The only thing is that the teachers will have to receive mental health checks and the only way they will be able to have a gun in their class is if the Doctor permits them to.

  • No, school should feel safe as well as BE safe.

    This is a tough question. In my opinion, if children come to school and there is armed security guards and armed teachers, they will feel like they are in a prison, not a school. School is supposed to be a safe place, like home. I understand the possible need for beefed up security, but we need to think about the children as well.

  • No, it's not even possible.

    It's not possible to have armed security guards at every school, nor is it preferable or does it make very much sense. Even if it were possible, it is not financially feasible. And children have a right to attend school without school being a "police state". Also, even if there were armed guards, if someone decides to do harm, armed guards will not stop that from happening.

  • Not as safe as they used to be.

    After 9/11 happened, no one tried to ban airplanes that help more than x gallons of fuel, they just beefed up the airport security system and no one has ever successfully committed an attack on the 9/11 scale since. Why does it take so long for liberals to figure out the same thing will work for schools. Maybe not arm teachers if they don't have the training, but a few security guards at each school would end these massacres when the shooter realizes that he can't just kill people with no resistance.

  • No, there should not be armed security guards and teachers at every school.

    Teachers are not capable of the responsibility of carrying a firearm at school. There are to many crazy teachers out there. Most teachers decided to enter teaching so that they only have to work nine months out of the year. Giving these lazy people a gun and telling them to stand guard is a bad idea.

  • It's too much

    I understand the question but it might just be too much. If your saying that we have more of them at schools that need them, maybe that would work. Schools are layoff teachers and do not have money to fund anything. We would be trading teachers for security guards. Argh.

  • No, school should feel safe as well as BE safe.

    This is a tough question. In my opinion, if children come to school and there is armed security guards and armed teachers, they will feel like they are in a prison, not a school. School is supposed to be a safe place, like home. I understand the possible need for beefed up security, but we need to think about the children as well.

  • Not unless they are badged!

    Security personnel who are NOT badged law enforcement officials should not be adding flying bullets to the already dangerous environment. If we are talking about an officer employed by police or sheriff, then OK, but not an employee of the school or district. Too much extra risk. And absolutely not until all available prevention and non-lethal alternatives are in place.

  • May Be Killed

    If a security guard were to be armed with a gun, and had an argument with a student, teacher, or anyone the building, is it not possible he would shoot them. Security guards are not as trained as police officers to stay calm in difficult situations. So it is not exactly safe to have armed security guards in schools.

  • Guards maybe but teachers no.

    Having teachers with guns in the school could be a potential danger. Some teachers could be irresponsible with the guns or students could find a way to take one and play with it and someone could end up getting hurt. Having guards in the school would be good if you look at it from the safety perspective but it could make the students feel uncomfortable or intimidated.

  • Guards with Guns?

    What is the point of security guards having guns? Having a gun in school is more of a hazard, many security guards in schools try to be buddy buddy with students. Who says some guards will not allow a student to hold a gun just for the hell of it? Who says a student won't piss off a guard and the guard shoots off his gun like the situation in Georgia? That may not be the same situation, but I would not feel safe if the security guards at my school had guns, it would make me feel more unsafe than I already feel. Guns do not belong in the education system. Leave it to the police to carry fire arms.


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