SAFE SCHOOLS FOR ALEX
SAFE SCHOOLS FOR ALEX FUNDRAISING SHIRT
This unisex shirt is made in loving memory of Alex Schachter and helps support his father, Max Schachter, and a nationwide school safety commission in their campaign to protect all our children and teachers.
Max Schachter convened the first commission meeting on Monday, March 5, 2018 in Parkland, Fl just 19 days after his son, Alex, was tragically killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shootings.
Some of the safety features and best pratices discussed include a secure network that is connected to an emergency 911 call center and teachers wearing a fob that can immediately send an alert. The police call center would then have the ability to lock all ballistic hardened and bulletproof classroom doors and locate the attacker to hinder the ability to see and harm students.
The commission’s blueprint also includes multiple layers of security, crime prevention through environmental design, active intelligence, command/control/coordination with a single entity and local law enforcement. It will also recommend having a School Resource Officer or School Policing program that is based on a data driven, community policing approach.
“There are simple strategies and processes that can be implemented right now to make our schools safe. For instance, if Marjory Stoneman Douglas would have had bullet proof glass windows in all classroom doors, Alex Schachter and many other victims would still be alive today, says Schachter.”
Thank you in advance for your generous support in coordination with this mission.