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Re: 17 killed in shooting at Parkland, Florida high school

#276 Post by Bisbee » Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:50 pm

Licensed therapist and medical professionals are required by laws to report to the police if a patient under their care makes a threat of harm to people. It is their discretion what constitutes a credible threat but their license to practice will be on the line if they fail to report.

After reading the article above, I would probably not have reported Cruz to the authorities myself. It seemed they were constantly working to mainstream Cruz and the last entry by the therapist seemed somewhat promising, whatever that's worth.
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#277 Post by featureless » Tue Mar 13, 2018 4:27 pm

Tough to put this on one therapist.

I think what this case clearly shows is that, no matter what we do, crazy shit will happen. There will always be a nut that slips through the cracks unless and until we find a way to reduce the nuts. Then we're back to social work and lifting people up that nobody wants to engage in. We better raise the age, arm teachers and ban bump stocks, 'cause that'll work.

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#278 Post by DispositionMatrix » Thu Mar 15, 2018 4:42 pm

Authorities release video showing outside of Parkland high school during shooting
Newly released surveillance footage appears to support the Broward sheriff’s account that a campus deputy rushed to the Parkland high school building where a mass shooting was unfolding — but never entered to engage the gunman.

Authorities on Thursday released the video showing Deputy Scot Peterson and a civilian security guard hurrying on a golf cart to Building 12 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in the initial moments of what became Florida’s deadliest school shooting.

But as shooter Nikolas Cruz remained inside for another four minutes — killing 17 people and wounding 15 — Peterson appeared to remain around the southeast corner of the building.

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#279 Post by AndyH » Thu Mar 15, 2018 5:36 pm

He got that final golf cart ride in. woot.

FWIW...I was in class last week with a total of four current or former police officers (one being Mas Ayoob). I was the sole liberal. Every one of the people in class agreed that Peterson really messed up.
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#280 Post by AndyH » Wed Mar 21, 2018 1:21 pm

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/stoneman-d ... to-school/
PARKLAND, Fla. – Two Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students are under arrest for bringing weapons to school. As students try to get back to normal at Stoneman Douglas following last month's mass shooting, now comes news of the arrest of two students, another one committed for psychological evaluation and a deputy placed on paid suspension, CBS Miami reports.
Jordan Salter, 18, is one of two students arrested for bringing a knife to school.

According to an arrest form, during an argument with another student, "Jordan reached inside of her bra and pulled out a 2" black handle knife, unfolded the knife and showed it" to the student she was arguing with.

According to Broward County Sheriff's Office, 17-year-old Gavin Stricker, a 10th grader, was also arrested after "a nine inch knife was found in his backpack. Mr. Stricker was placed into custody and transported to JARC."
Another student, a 10th grader who was not identified, "was removed from class for posting pictures on Snap-Chat depicting a handgun in his waistband and numerous bullets."

BSO says the student stated the picture was, "of a BB gun and the bullets were his father's."

The student "…goes by a gamer tag name he created called, 'NickCruz'. He uses this gamer tag in the game Fortnite."

The student has been committed for a psychological evaluation.
At least it's not just the kids doing silly things.
In yet another incident, BSO has announced Deputy Moises Carotti has been suspended with pay after a student notified the school he was asleep in his patrol unit.
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#281 Post by Bisbee » Wed Mar 21, 2018 1:28 pm

Those damned kids! Don't they know it's hard work protecting the little snot-noses. We all need a little "power nap" every once in a while to stay sharp!
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#282 Post by DispositionMatrix » Tue May 08, 2018 2:16 pm

Stoneman Douglas Shooter Was Assigned To Controversial Broward Discipline Program, Officials Now Say
Broward school district officials admitted Sunday that the confessed Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School gunman was assigned to a controversial disciplinary program, after the superintendent repeatedly claimed Nikolas Cruz had "no connection" to the alternative punishment designed to limit on-campus arrests.

Two sources with knowledge of Cruz’s discipline records told WLRN he was referred to the so-called PROMISE Program for a three-day stint after committing vandalism at Westglades Middle School in 2013.
But, she said, "It does not appear that Cruz completed the recommended three-day assignment/placement." She said she did not want to "speculate" as to why.

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#283 Post by DispositionMatrix » Mon May 14, 2018 11:13 am

Or not.
School district shuts down information after Stoneman Douglas shooting
The Broward school district’s repeated, emphatic — and it turns out, false — statements that Nikolas Cruz had not been in a controversial disciplinary program fit a pattern of an institution on the defensive and under siege.

Facing significant legal and political exposure over the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the district has tried to keep information from the public and put out untrue and misleading statements, frustrating parents who say this is the time for maximum transparency.

The district is fighting in court against the release of school surveillance video. It flatly refused to issue any records regarding the shooting to the news media, in a possible violation of the state’s open-records law. Superintendent Robert Runcie has blocked critics, including parents, from his Twitter account. More than two months after the shooting, a Broward Sheriff’s detective told a state commission on school safety that he was still waiting for the district to provide all of Cruz’s disciplinary records.

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#284 Post by TrueTexan » Thu May 17, 2018 1:12 pm

The sheriff’s deputy not going inside to confront the gunman resulted in more loss of life. He resigned and then retired from the sheriff dept. He will get a pension of $8,702.35 a month or $100,000+a year.
Scot Peterson, the former Broward County deputy sheriff who remained outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, while Nikolas Cruz allegedly gunned down 17 people, has begun receiving pension payments that will surpass $100,000 per year.

The state began paying Peterson $8,702.35 per month in April, and he’s eligible to continue receiving pension payments for the rest of his life, the Florida Department of Management Services told the Sun-Sentinel on Tuesday. According to Florida’s state pension handbook, the amount a state employee receives is based on the number of years served and his or her average salary during their highest-earning years. Peterson was a deputy for 32 years.

Peterson resigned and retired in February after admitting that he had heard gunshots, but saying he hadn’t believed they were coming from inside the school. The investigation into his conduct is ongoing.

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel made no effort to hide his disgust with Peterson’s actions. President Donald Trump labeled Peterson a “coward.” Several people have also lamented the fact that Peterson will still be remunerated despite what they viewed as grossly negligent behavior during the Parkland school shooting.
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/pa ... 9345d61b3f

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/browa ... story.html

Must be nice to be able to retire with that much pension. We don’t give that much to teachers, nurses or even the the combat military, Generals and Admirals excluded, when they retire.
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Re: 17 killed in shooting at Parkland, Florida high school

#285 Post by Evo1 » Thu May 17, 2018 11:39 pm

TrueTexan wrote:
Thu May 17, 2018 1:12 pm
The sheriff’s deputy not going inside to confront the gunman resulted in more loss of life. He resigned and then retired from the sheriff dept. He will get a pension of $8,702.35 a month or $100,000+a year.
Scot Peterson, the former Broward County deputy sheriff who remained outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, while Nikolas Cruz allegedly gunned down 17 people, has begun receiving pension payments that will surpass $100,000 per year.

The state began paying Peterson $8,702.35 per month in April, and he’s eligible to continue receiving pension payments for the rest of his life, the Florida Department of Management Services told the Sun-Sentinel on Tuesday. According to Florida’s state pension handbook, the amount a state employee receives is based on the number of years served and his or her average salary during their highest-earning years. Peterson was a deputy for 32 years.

Peterson resigned and retired in February after admitting that he had heard gunshots, but saying he hadn’t believed they were coming from inside the school. The investigation into his conduct is ongoing.

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel made no effort to hide his disgust with Peterson’s actions. President Donald Trump labeled Peterson a “coward.” Several people have also lamented the fact that Peterson will still be remunerated despite what they viewed as grossly negligent behavior during the Parkland school shooting.
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/pa ... 9345d61b3f

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/browa ... story.html

Must be nice to be able to retire with that much pension. We don’t give that much to teachers, nurses or even the the combat military, Generals and Admirals excluded, when they retire.
We don't give them that much as their full salary when they're working!

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