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Noblesville School Board Candidate Forum
Michael Duell's Letter to the Editor
ISA Best Practice Solution for School Safety Explained
Local Group Continues Push For "Noble Cause," The Times, 6/11/18
Noblesville parents wanted more security. Then a school shooting happened to them. Indy Star, 6/8/18 (Updated)
Inside the safest school in America  NBC Nightly News
S.O.S. Noblesville School Board Presentation, 3/20/18
Support Safer Noblesville Schools Petition
Indiana Sheriffs' Association's Best Practice Solution
Pike County Schools Set To Become Some Of Nation’s Safest
Law Enforcement's Response to an Active Shooter Event

NetTalon - Mike Kersey: 5 Vulnerabilities of an Active Threat Inside a School

Parents with Save Our Students asking Noblesville Schools for advanced security
Noblesville parent group wants district to ditch portable classrooms FOX 59, June 7, 2018
Sheriff’s group wants to bring “Safest school in America” technology to every Indiana school
Stephen Luce, Executive Director of Indiana's Sheriff's Association discusses the safest school in America, what they are doing right and how other schools can learn from them
Indiana school unveils ‘revolutionary’ security system to thwart shootings
The Indiana Sheriffs’ Association, in cooperation with the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and the Southwestern Consolidated School District, announced a new standard in School Safety with the unveiling of their Safe School Flagship and “Best Practice Solution” at Southwestern High School.
‘Safest School in America’ Has $400K Security System. Should Other Schools Catch Up?
Tommy: How do we make our schools safer?
Max Schachter, father of Parkland shooting victim Alex Schachter Endorses S.O.S. Noblesville
STOP School Violence Act, Rep. Susan Brooks 
WRTV 6 Noblesville School Board Meeting Interview
STOP School Violence Act, Rep. Luke Messer
Tour the ‘safest school in America,’ see its built-in smoke bombs
WRTV Indy 6:00 coverage of the March 20 Net Talon Proposal for Noblesville Schools
Holcomb requests $5M more for school security in first action since Parkland shooting
Florida school's security cameras were rewound 20 minutes, causing lag in capturing gunman
Hero student in Florida shooting rampage to sue school system
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