Re(2): Does anyone have his exact job description? Posted on 2/26/2018 at 01:48:35 PM by Engineer
Come on, do some critical thinking. A single fireman can do a good bit. It depends on the situation. Full house engulfed, nope. Little bit of smoke, yep. Partial fire with child or elderly, yep. My entire point is weighing the risk/reward, as I said.
SRO should have done something. It's my opinion he wouldn't be able to do much and certainly wouldn't have been able to stop the shooter. Could have cleared some rooms, helped someone, something. He didn't, he resigned. "We win or we learn."
I generally dislike police. I'm not "in his side". I'm simply looking at the situation analytically.
And your SRO definition doesn't read as the one man swat team ready to pounce on a school shooter that everyone claims it is. A cop with 40 hours training? Big deal, that's shit. He's a glorified rent-a-cop. He should have done something, but his primary job is not to stop active shooters. Replies: There have been no replies.