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This is a discussion on School PD gets rifles within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by retsupt99 The school has its own police department? Sounds like it must be a 'nice place' to work or send your children. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    The school has its own police department?
    Sounds like it must be a 'nice place' to work or send your children.
    My county school system has had their own police department since 1972 with officers stationed at the majority of the schools full time and the others part time. Yes, the schools here are a nice, safe place to send your kids. Four of mine each completed 12 years of schooling in a safe environment without incident thanks to the teachers and campus police officers.

    Notice a big change in the description of the weapons, they are no longer an assault rifle, they are now a military style rifle. Military Style covers a broader range of weapons and allows the press to demonize just about all rifles without question.
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    Nice story, but it's not about somebody defending themselves.
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