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Schools try bulletproof shields, patrols in wake of school shooting
The Worcester Board of Education voted to accept $50,000 worth of donated bullet proof emergency shields from a Pocomoke-based manufacturer.
Check out this story on delmarvanow.com:
Thank you Curtis Blue Line, Safariland and SLCPD for sharing this great video evaluation of the Hardwire IIIA soft panel armor.
From: Fearing mass shootings, some schools turn to armored equipment
- March 4, 2018 @ 10:18am
BERLIN: Linda Bragg wrote a “quote of the day” on the small whiteboard in her classroom, a teaching aid that can double as a bullet-resistant shield in the event of a school shooting.
The tablets, made of polyethylene fiber and weighing just three pounds (1.5 kilograms), have been in the classrooms of Worcester Preparatory School in historic Berlin, Maryland since 2013.
CBS Philadelphia reporting. Follow the link below to view the story featuring Hardwire LLC.
As a result of the numerous, recent school shootings, including the latest school shooting in Florida, schools are becoming more serious about safety and preparedness for active shooter situations. Hardwire is on the front lines of this effort, working tirelessly to supply schools and families with the best armor solutions possible. See the attached article from The Wall Street Journal to hear what schools and safety experts are doing to protect as many lives as possible.