There Were No Armed Resource Officers at Nashville Christian School

During live broadcasts of the shooting at a Christian school in the Nashville area called Covenant School, a reporter from Fox News named John Roberts said the school did not have any armed resource officers on campus when the attack took place.

The attack took place on Monday and resulted in the deaths of three students.

Allocation Of Armed Resource Officers

Breitbart News reported on Wednesday that two school administrators had been shot during a shooting at Denver’s East High School.

Now, reports are emerging that Alex Marrero, the Denver Public Schools (DPS) Superintendent, reacted by declaring armed resource officers will be put on the school premises in response to the shootings at Denver’s East High School.

KDVR reported that DPS did use armed resource officers up until the point the DPS board decided to withdraw them in 2020. The officers continued to be present on campus until the year 2021.

Young Lady

According to the spokesperson for the Nashville Police Department, Don Aaron, the perpetrator was a young lady who identified as being a male. The perpetrator also seemed to be “in her teens” and happened to be equipped with many guns.

According to Roberts, there was not a school resource officer on the premises at the time. Due to the fact that it is a private institution, the Nashville Police Department is not involved in the supervision of the school in any way.

According to Breitbart News, when a student who was 17 years old shot and wounded two staff members on Wednesday at Denver’s East High School, there were no armed resource officers present at the school.

As a response, Denver Public Schools superintendent Alex Marrero made the announcement that there will be two armed resource officers present at school. We hope the families of the deceased find the fortitude to bear the loss.