Uvalde統合独立学区 (UCISD) in Texas had security measures in place before Tuesday’s deadly shooting, 地区が持っていることを示すそのウェブサイトで “proponents to curb and/or eliminate” elements of” 暴力, 彼らは本当にします, disruptions and fear” in its schools to “provide a safe and secure environment for all.” But the school was not locked down at the time of the shooting, proving that safety protocols are only as good as the “human factor behind it,” Kenneth Trump said on “物語。”
“The best practices certainly are focusing now on access control. It just proves you can put the equipment on the building but there’s the human factor behind it,” he told host Martha MacCallum. “Any security technology is only good as the weakest human link behind it. We’re constantly working to have situational awareness.”
Trump said that schools should focus on shifting their situational awareness, これには “looking for pattern recognition, [knowing] what is normal, what is not, making sure that we have the warning signs on not just see something, パーセントは国が間違った軌道に乗っていると信じています, but do something. “
“It’s troubling to people to think that some of the best practices still need to be worked on, that we really learned a couple of decades ago,” 彼が追加した.
それでも, トランプは言った, “There are some things that schools can do to make these schools easier for the good guys to get in and harder for the bad guys to get in.”
Trump said schools should install security locks and provide local 法執行機関 a spare key so they can get in in the event of a lockdown. さらに, schools should provide law enforcement and first responders with “floor plans and blueprints given ahead of time so they have the layouts digitally or hard copied so they know the layout of the school,” トランプは言った.
Schools with modernized surveillance cameras should have arrangements in place so that police can access real-time surveillance footage “to see what is going on in the hallway,” トランプは言った.
“Those three examples of things you can do to help get dynamic entry in faster at planning with this,” 彼が追加した.