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What do you think of the zero-tolerance ‘Fake Threats...Real Consequences’ initiative?

  1. I agree, school threats should not be tolerated, students making them should face serious charges.
  2. Theats, false or not, should not be tolerated but a felony charge seems a bit much, especially for younger students.
  3. I don’t like zero tolerance policies. Con-sequences should be determined case-by-case.
  4. Other.
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Feb-16-19 12:30 PM

Almost all of these troubled students are considered to be minors. They still remain minors until the age of 18. Parents, guardians, grandparents, etc. should be held accountable for also their responsibility to reimburse costs involved to all law enforcement and fire depts., etc. who have made many attempts to protect our troubled society. Maybe, certain degrees of counseling for heinous wrongful acts would also be in order. Of course, Lee County is somewhat lacking in that field of mental health facilities.

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Feb-15-19 6:30 PM

Unfortunately, without having them face serious charges, we will continue to have copy-cat students, who are seeking attention. Perhaps they will think twice IF they see harsh consequences being given to those who have called in threats. A slap on the hand will only allow this to continue and/or escalate.

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Feb-15-19 1:16 PM

so Obama and Hillary and Bill as well, it works both ways and this has nothing to do with Trump.....

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Feb-15-19 12:58 PM

If they used this initiative on the Federal level Trump would be in prison!!!!!

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