텍사스 학교 총격 사건: Could Israeli school security methods serve as model for US schools?

가 있었다 six terrorist attacks on Israeli schools 이후 1974. That low figure can be explained by the multiple layers of security Israel employs and the engagement of civil society in aiding the nation’s law enforcement.

A public school in Jerusalem, 이스라엘.

A public school in Jerusalem, 이스라엘. (폭스 뉴스 디지털)

David Hazony, 작가, and commentator on Israeli and American affairs and a father to eleven children, told Fox News Digital that the countryputs effort into identifying potential assailants through behavioral profiling.

Israel could not prevent attacks if its efforts were based solely on armed security guards at each school, 그는 말했다. 이스라엘 “invests heavily in monitoring profiles of people,” Hazony continued.

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It has acomplex, multi-layered approachto security that uses intelligence networks to examine the acquisition of weapons and social media activity, 그는 말했다.

Yigal Arbiv, who was in charge of security at Tchernichovsky Junior High School in the Israeli coastal city of Netanya for 16 연령, told Fox News Digital it is important that thehead of security [for a school] be given authorization to do everythingto provide safety for the children and staff.

Arbiv, 누가 가지고 27 years of military and security experience, said his system employed aspotter 50 meters from schoolwho patrolled the area and kept an eye out. Visitors to the schoolcould only come from one direction,” 그는 말했다.

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A fence surrounds the school and cameras are in place all over the facility. “Hot spotscan be manually activated when a problem arises, sending a message to the head of security and staff, said Arbiv, who now runs the Israeli Krav Maga & Security Training company (I.K.M.A).

Everyone who goes into the school needs to go through a metal detector, like at an airport, and sign his name,” the security expert said, 그것을 추가 “school has one exit and one entrance… nobody comes to the school without the head of security knowing about it. We do not allow people not connected to school to come inside.

There are alsobarricades around the school, so people can’t drive into it,” 그는 말했다. Palestinian terrorists have used vehicles to carry out ramming attacks in Israel.

Arbiv, who said he has trained police in the U.S., added that a large school compound also requires a guard on a motorcycle.

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An Israeli police officer works at the scene following an incident in Elad in central Israel, 할 수있다 5, 2022.

An Israeli police officer works at the scene following an incident in Elad in central Israel, 할 수있다 5, 2022. (Reuters/Ammar Awad)

Another idea gaining traction is a volunteer force to add more security to schools. Leading that effort is Brig. Gen. (Res.) Amir Avivi, the founder and CEO of the Israel Defense and Security Forum (IDSF) NGO. He told Fox News Digital that, “At every school in Israel you have a guard at the entrance monitoring people entering.

Avivi highlighted the multiple layers of security Israel uses to stymie attacks on schools, including the Shin Bet domestic intelligence agency, 그것은 “responsible for monitoring potential terrorist attacks and social media.

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He said the Shin Bet is the equivalent of the FBI in the U.S. and deploys agents whoseabilities are impressive. They have different, sophisticated ways of collecting intelligence from artificial intelligence and cyber.

His organization recently launched an innovative program with the Israeli national police force as well as the country’s Border Police to bolster school security.

We have seen terrorist attacks and the uprising of Arab society in Israel last year [during the 11-day war with Hamas and Islamic Jihad in the Gaza Strip],” said Avivi, who added the IDSF is recruiting volunteers to assist the Border Police and Police with school safety. “In one day, we recruited 500 사람들, half of the people needed.

A school bag lies in front of a school in the central Israeli coastal city of Netanya. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP) (Photo by JACK GUEZ/AFP via Getty Images)

A school bag lies in front of a school in the central Israeli coastal city of Netanya. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP) (Photo by JACK GUEZ/AFP via Getty Images) (게티 이미지)

The police maintain control and responsibility for training the volunteer brigade. “The Border Police felt it lacked marketing capabilities to reach volunteers. Our organization is active on social media, and they asked us to start a campaign to get volunteers,” Avivi said.

The IDSF is composed of “3,000 reserve officers and operatives from all branches of the Israeli security forceswho seek to ensure the security for all citizens both young and old.

Avivi said, “We need something like 100,000 volunteers. Every journey starts with the first step. The prime minister is talking 약 30,000. We think it needs to go faster. This is the discussion we are having with the government and the lessons from the riots last year should have been learned faster. We definitely need to reallocate more budgets to the Border Police and volunteers.

This month amid mounting terror attacks Israel’s Prime Minister announced a plan to form a civil guard to fight terrorism.

Avivi noted that Israelicivilian society understands the shortcomings of government, and civilian society is helpingand stressed that the volunteers are not a “자경단원” force or “시민군,” but will be under the strict control of the Border Police.

They will be trained and equipped by Border Police officers and will operate in various areas, including in schools,” 그는 말했다. Avivi said the program is anexample of how civil society can help government institutions provide security.

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