Local colleges reviewing security plans after Oregon shooting

Local colleges reviewing security plans after Oregon shooting

November 11, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


THREE OF THEM REMAIN IN CRITICAL CONDITION THIS MORNING. FRANK, OUT TO YOU. FRANK: IN THE WAKE OF THE OREGON RAMPAGE, CAMPUS POLICE HERE AT UMASS BOSTON AND OTHER COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN THE AREA ARE REVIEWING THEIR SECURITY PROCEDURES. IT COULD BE ANY OF THESE PEOPLE ON CAMPUS. COULD BE A VISITOR, FACULTY, STAFF, STUDENT. WE HAVE TO PREPARE FOR THAT. FRANK: HERE THEY TRAIN FOR ACTIVE SHOOTER SCENARIOS LIKE THE ONE AT UMPQUA COMMUNITY COLLEGE. THEY ALSO WORK WITH STUDENTS, STAFF, AND THE CITY POLICE. 250,000 STUDENTS IN BOSTON AREA SCHOOLS. POLICE SAY ALL OF THEM SHOULD REVIEW THEIR CAMPUS SECURITY PLANS. ONE TACTIC AT UMASS BOSTON, REVIEWING SOCIAL MEDIA.