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Rule 303, school guardians, and SROs

Have you heard of Rule 303? Do you know what it is, and how it applies to SROs? Beau gives us an explainer, and then applies it to the SRO in the Parkland shooting.

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Years ago, Beau of the Fifth Column did a video explaining Rule 303, and then applying it to school resources officers (SROs). Since Kentucky now has armed “guardians” in our schools, in addition to the SROs, I thought it would be timely to share this video. If you are an SRO or a school guardian, or know someone who is, encourage them to watch this. And take note of these three concepts:

  • Duty to act
  • Responsibility to act
  • Means at hand

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