Worcester County Sheriff Reggie Mason is pushing for a school security plan that would put an armed officer in each of the county’s schools beginning this fall.
“A trained active shooter is needed for each school,” Mason said.
Announcing he had “brought my bodyguards with me,” a contingent of supporting law enforcement officers that included Chief Kelvin Sewell of Pocomoke City and Chief Kirk Daugherty of Snow Hill, Mason said during a recent County Commissioners meeting he “worries about (school safety) every night when I go home.
“No child should feel in danger when attending our schools,” he said.
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