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"Expert" thinking?

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  • Greg Crane
    The nation s self-appointed leading expert in school safety has chimed in on the Sandy Hook report. He states that it validates his position that LOCKDOWNs
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 5, 2013
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      The nation's self-appointed leading "expert" in school safety has chimed in on the Sandy Hook report. He states that it validates his position that LOCKDOWNs are the best response for an Active Shooter attack, and all other options - running/evacuation, aggression/counter - are ridiculous, as are those who support these proactive response strategies.

      He acknowledges that 26 people lost their lives while engaged in a passive response plan, but since the majority of the building occupants survived, that proves the success of Securing in Place response... From the 911 calls released yesterday, there seems to have been even more rooms that had unlocked doors due to the teachers' inability to get into the hallway to lock them. Did further deaths not occur because of shut doors, or because of Lanza's choice of rooms to attack?

      Can any of the professionals here logically defend this "expert" opinion. I am without words, or at least I'll refrain from saying them on this forum.

      http://www.schoolsecurityblog.com/2013/12/10-lessons-learned-from-the-sandy-hook-school-shootings/


      Greg Crane
      ALICE Training Institute
      3613 Reserve Commons
      Medina, OH 44256
      330-661-0106
    • Lt. Gary Kong
      He would have exploited the report to support his theories regardless of what it said. Those people were trapped and had no countering plan, yet he continues
      Message 2 of 3 , Dec 5, 2013
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        He would have exploited the report to support his theories regardless of what it said. Those people were trapped and had no countering plan, yet he continues to advocate non-movement and non-action.

        --- gcrane@... wrote:

        From: Greg Crane <gcrane@...>
        To: responseoptions@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: "Expert" thinking?
        Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2013 10:16:23 -0600

         

        The nation's self-appointed leading "expert" in school safety has chimed in on the Sandy Hook report. He states that it validates his position that LOCKDOWNs are the best response for an Active Shooter attack, and all other options - running/evacuation, aggression/counter - are ridiculous, as are those who support these proactive response strategies.

        He acknowledges that 26 people lost their lives while engaged in a passive response plan, but since the majority of the building occupants survived, that proves the success of Securing in Place response... From the 911 calls released yesterday, there seems to have been even more rooms that had unlocked doors due to the teachers' inability to get into the hallway to lock them. Did further deaths not occur because of shut doors, or because of Lanza's choice of rooms to attack?

        Can any of the professionals here logically defend this "expert" opinion. I am without words, or at least I'll refrain from saying them on this forum.

        http://www.schoolsecurityblog.com/2013/12/10-lessons-learned-from-the-sandy-hook-school-shootings/


        Greg Crane
        ALICE Training Institute
        3613 Reserve Commons
        Medina, OH 44256
        330-661-0106

      • joebubba53
        Any plan in which 26 people are murdered, almost all at point blank range, in less than 4 minutes, can only be described as a success for the killer. ...
        Message 3 of 3 , Dec 5, 2013
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          Any "plan" in which 26 people are murdered, almost all at point blank range,  in less than 4 minutes, can only be described as a "success" for the killer.
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          From: Lt. Gary Kong <citycop49@...>
          To: responseoptions <responseoptions@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Thu, Dec 5, 2013 1:38 pm
          Subject: Re: "Expert" thinking?

           
          He would have exploited the report to support his theories regardless of what it said. Those people were trapped and had no countering plan, yet he continues to advocate non-movement and non-action.

          --- gcrane@... wrote:

          From: Greg Crane <gcrane@...>
          To: responseoptions@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: "Expert" thinking?
          Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2013 10:16:23 -0600

           
          The nation's self-appointed leading "expert" in school safety has chimed in on the Sandy Hook report. He states that it validates his position that LOCKDOWNs are the best response for an Active Shooter attack, and all other options - running/evacuation, aggression/counter - are ridiculous, as are those who support these proactive response strategies.

          He acknowledges that 26 people lost their lives while engaged in a passive response plan, but since the majority of the building occupants survived, that proves the success of Securing in Place response... From the 911 calls released yesterday, there seems to have been even more rooms that had unlocked doors due to the teachers' inability to get into the hallway to lock them. Did further deaths not occur because of shut doors, or because of Lanza's choice of rooms to attack?

          Can any of the professionals here logically defend this "expert" opinion. I am without words, or at least I'll refrain from saying them on this forum.

          http://www.schoolsecurityblog.com/2013/12/10-lessons-learned-from-the-sandy-hook-school-shootings/


          Greg Crane
          ALICE Training Institute
          3613 Reserve Commons
          Medina, OH 44256
          330-661-0106
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