Alabama Task Force Recommends School Safety Improvements

MADISON, Ala.—Members of a school safety task force outlined on Wednesday evening more than 43 recommendations to make Madison city schools more secure. The review was commissioned by the district after the Feb. 5 Discovery Middle School shooting.

Key recommendations include:

  • Establishing a full-time Supervisor or Safety and Communications position.
  • More focused safety planning, awareness training, and drills.
  • Improved maintenance and use of security technology controls.
  • Use of a student-friendly confidential reporting tool.
  • More parental engagement and partnerships.

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