Illinois School Considers Making Administrators Armed Part-Time Cops

An Illinois school is considering making three school administrators part-time police officers, which would allow them to possess guns inside of the school. The Washington Community High School's administrators and school board will meet tonight to discuss the proposal. The idea was devised by Washington Police Chief Jim Kuchenbecker and School Superintendent Jim Dunnan after the Dec. 14 shooting at Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary School that left 20 students and six staffers dead. "We...Full Story
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