‘We must not accept this as the new normal': Law enforcement reacts to Uvalde school shooting
PDs have taken to social media to address community concerns about school safety and stress the importance of “see something, say something”
By Police1 Staff
Following Tuesday’s mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, in which 19 children and two teachers were killed, law enforcement agencies took to social media to share how they are responding to community concerns about school safety. Many departments are emphasizing the importance of “see something, say something” and for community members to report any activity or behavior they deem suspicious.
Yesterday, citizen information came into play after a woman called with information about a man with a weapon walking toward a high school in Richardson, Texas. The hashtag #SeeSomethingSaySomething is now trending on Twitter.
https://www.facebook.com/RichardsonPD/posts/pfbid091y9w1ts6KgZFLgQVgoxaLiApC8WPbdu27UNj3NsnQzdFBHyTn868UnMuSVG1gk4l https://twitter.com/KITV4/status/1529720971485233152 https://twitter.com/Weserve_protect/status/1529456613433786369 https://twitter.com/SantaRosaPolice/status/1529567797377806336 https://twitter.com/MountainViewPD/status/1529499022162939904 https://twitter.com/garlandtxgov/status/1529507940297805824 https://twitter.com/VVUSDPD/status/1529506412304379904 https://twitter.com/BeachwoodPolice/status/1529545794331754500 https://twitter.com/1011_News/status/1529482238341132289 https://twitter.com/DurhamSheriff/status/1529570177200885767