Oklahoma schools warns of armed staff who will ‘use whatever force is necessary’
– The Washington Times – Friday, February 5, 2016
New signs posted by a rural Oklahoma school district warn criminals that armed employees on campus are willing to use “whatever force is necessary” to protect students.
The Okay Public Schools Board of Education passed an “Armed School Employees” policy in August. The signs were posted Monday as a deterrent, Superintendent Charles McMahantold the Muskogee Phoenix.
The school’s policy, spearheaded by….
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