There will be a Justice Department investigation into the reaction of law enforcement to the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Texas, which left 19 children and two teachers dead.
“A Critical Incident Review of Uvalde’s law enforcement reaction to the May 24 mass shooting.
Will be conducted at the request of Mayor Don McLaughlin.
Also because of the considerable focus that has been placed on Texas authorities and law enforcement.
Since the Sandy Hook after school shooting in 2012 this has become the worst school shooting in the United States.
Officialat any rate reports of what happened have been contradictory. In addition to the parents’ outrage.
Some claim that a after faster police reaction to the mass shooter may have saved their children’s lives.
When the Columbine school shooting happened in 1999.
Law enforcement in Uvalde did not follow the usual plan for how to deal with an active shooter.
In order to bring the shooter to a halt as fast as possible, even if it means ignoring the wounded.
About 30 minutes after the shooter got into the classrooms next door, a group of 19 police officers stood guard outside the classroom
Waiting for the room keys and tactical gear.
Greg Abbott, said on Friday that he expected a comprehensive accounting of the events surrounding the shooting at Santa Fe High School.
He also said a law enforcement officer overseeing the investigation following the assault “misled” him about important details.
As far as I’m concerned it’s the police officers who are spearheading the investigations.
The goal of the Justice Department’s assessment is to “give an objective account of what law enforcement did and how they reacted on that day.
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