Somewhere in Douglas County, Colorado, there's a cop who should be promoted to high federal office.
Schools there are understandably worried about a copycat of the Aurora or Newtown breed. As usual there was a lot of talk about new programs, maybe useful, maybe not, but certainly budget-busting. Then came some one's flash of brilliance.
Every once in a while in the course of a shift, it seems, the patrol officer must take care of his paperwork. The practice had been to pull over at some handy place and do the reports. The anonymous genius, said, "Hey. Why don't we just have our guys do the reports in a school parking lot?"
The little kids get accustomed to blue giants with guns and probably feel quite a little more secure. The cops are that much more familiar with school layouts. Their frequent presence should help deter all sorts of slime -- from the random kid-groper to the armed warpies bent on a celebrity farewell party.
Cost? Roughly nothing.
C'mon, media. find out who this cop is and make him famous.