First, we speak with the head of Wisconsin’s Office of School Safety about keeping schools secure. Then, a first-term state representative talks gun legislation.
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Keeping schools safe
In 2018 the Wisconsin Department of Justice created the Office of School Safety. It’s meant to guide schools around the state on best safety practices including how to anticipate a threat, annual violence drills and safety plans. We speak with the executive director on how to keep schools safe.
Activist-turned-legislator talks firearm legislation, shootings
Following the deadly school shooting in Uvalde, Texas last month, debate has renewed in Wisconsin surrounding gun control. We speak with a former activist and first-term legislator about what’s changed – and what hasn’t – about the debate surrounding firearms.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Mackenzie Krumme Producer
- Trevor Hook Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Trish Kilpin Guest
- Representative Deb Andraca Guest
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