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LISTEN: School safety in the wake of Colorado's recent mass shooting

By Bill Maine

On the heels of yet another school shooting, this one seeing 1 killed and 8 others injured in Colorado last week, Cpt. Joe Carter with the Hall County Sheriff's Office joined the show to talk about how school's approach student safety, and what changes may need to be made in order to more effectively prevent violence.

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LISTEN: School safety in the wake of Colorado's recent mass shooting
On the heels of yet another school shooting, this one seeing 1 killed and 8 others injured in Colorado last week, Cpt. Joe Carter with the Hall County Sheriff's Office joined the show to talk about how school's approach student safety, and what changes may need to be made in order to more effectively prevent violence.
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