In summary

Despite crime being at historic lows, overall school shootings doubled between 2013 and 2018. Appallingly, in each of these attacks, information known to school officials, law enforcement, counselors, friends and neighbors reasonably should have been used to prevent the attack. Assemblyman Kevin Kiley’s AB 1722 would require a common-sense approach to building best practices into our regional school safety plans to avert such shootings.

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