When a safety expert at a major university gives you the advice to nod and glance at your would-be attacker to defend yourself, it should make you wonder what “safety expert” really means. The source for this story is from the DailyCaller.
Lawmakers in Arkansas passed legislation that allowed concealed carry firearms earlier this year. They also gave school administrators the option to override the law and ban guns on campus if they so desired.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock was one of those schools that chose to ban guns form campus in spite of the concealed carry law.
According to a chain of emails sent between staff members of the school the staff and faculty have been vulnerable to attacks in traveling to and from the school with one professor writing,
“I had not gone very far before I was attacked from behind by two of them and received a number of blows to the back of my head. Given the proximity to this campus and the fact that a number of our students, faculty and staff walk through this very same area on both a daily and nightly basis I felt it prudent to share this info with you and to advise you to be on your guard while in the vicinity.”
But it was Sharon Houlette, a detective with the University’s Department of Public Safety, who made the controversial comments below which apparently are supposed to make the staff feel safer on campus. Responding to the thread about what to do when thinking an attack is about to happen she said,
“A glance or a nod will help you show anyone who might think that you are not paying attention, and you are aware of their presence.”
Nic Horton, editor of The Arkansas Project, had better advice in our opinion saying,
“If you must step foot on a college campus, choose one that respects your 2nd Amendment rights.”
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