Don Shomette

People are the Prize

What Do You See Wednesday? (26 March 2014)

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Being able to spot what is safe and unsafe takes practice. And experience is invaluable. We’re going to post a new picture each Wednesday and after everyone has had a chance to comment, we’ll review and discuss the findings.

Today’s pictures are from a real live issue happening at a local school. Those using the Park & Ride are entering the school to use the bathrooms and to charge cell phones while waiting for rides to pick them up or after they have been dropped off.  Recently, there was even a ‘take down’ at the Park & Ride by federal agents which was witnessed by the school.

For a more detailed explanation, read the following story.

From the three pictures below, you can see that the school is very close to the Park & Ride.  What do you see and what would you do to address this issue?

Standing inside the Park & Ride and in the distance the school is visible.

Sign posted at the exit of the Park & Ride

Sign posted on school property and in the path of those walking from the Park & Ride towards the school.


Author: Don Shomette

Don Shomette is a trainer, speaker, consultant, and owner of People are the Prize, a violence prevention company that helps people to prevent and survive a school attack. He has spent a lifetime working with police officers and principals and is consistently evaluated by those who attend his trainings as one of the best instructors ever. Don challenges, entertains, and helps school personnel to think of preventing violence in a new and positive way.

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