A student’s plan to shoot and kill two unarmed school security officers was stopped Dec. 10 when the principal and a teacher of the school in Northwest Miami-Dade County patted the student down and discovered a weapon.
Jalen Leon Bradley, 18, was arrested on charges of bringing a loaded gun to school, battery on a police officer and attempted murder. He confessed to police that he planned to shoot two school security officers whom he “hates.”
The man stood unnoticed outside the grocery store for nearly three hours before his ex-wife arrived. As she stepped from a taxicab, the man quickly stepped toward her and, to the shock of everyone present, quickly raised a 12-gauge pump shotgun from under his coat and killed her. Before the deputy sheriff who was less than 50 feet away could react, the suspect turned the gun on himself and committed suicide.
This homicide occurred even though the grocery store hired an officer to protect patrons and employees. Although the deputy was an eight-year veteran, he did not notice the obvious physical behaviors that indicated he was standing near a heavily armed individual. These indicators could have helped avert the murder had they been noticed in time.
Individual acts of terrorism in the United States are mounting into one big problem according to California Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
A hatchet attack on police officers in New York, a shooting on Parliament Hill in Canada, the Boston Marathon bombings, the beheading of a woman by a disgruntled worker in Oklahoma—all of it represents a growing threat of “lone-wolf” terrorism, she said during CNN’s State of the Union.
See and hear the request for entry into the school before opening the door. This includes classroom communication, bell scheduling, and paging for one campus, and provide complete access to each school at the district level.
The following is an interview with Louis E. Grever, who retired in 2012 from the Federal Bureau of Investigation following a career of 24 years, most recently as Executive Assistant Director with the agency’s science and technology branch.
Eric Yunag, President and CEO of Dakota Security Systems, will be a panelist at the Securing New Ground (SNG) conference at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York City on Wednesday, October 29 on the “Redefining Systems Integration: From System Integrator to Solution Innovator panel” beginning at 8:45 a.m.
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