He also teaches the Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE), a certified Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) Center program at Texas State University.
Over in the Rio Grande Valley, La Joya ISD parents trained one-on-one with officers as part of the school district’s Parent-Police Academy.
“It’s important that they understand what we do as a school police department,” said Raul Gonzalez, La Joya ISD police chief.
In North Texas, sixteen teachers and school staff members attended a free day-long pistol training course hosted by Ellis County Sergeant Tim Bulot on Saturday.
Breitbart Texas reported these marshal programs allow trained teachers to keep a firearm in a lock box within immediate reach.