The pro-police movement Rally For Law Enforcement is calling for the resignation of Sheriff Scott Israel to resign after the shooting the shooting that took place at Majory Douglas Stoneman High School almost 2 weeks ago. It has been learned that at least four Broward County Sheriff’s Office deputies hadn’t entered the school when the shooting was taking place. One of them was the School Resource Officer.
“It’s very clear that these officers failed in their duty to deal with the situation properly. Poor personnel is often the reflection of poor leadership and them not acting to protect the students and administrators when they were right outside the door is a spit in the face of every good cop that wears that badge and uniform. Most members of law enforcement would’ve run towards the danger to make sure lives were saved. Why these deputies refused to do it is not only confusing but an outright breach of the public trust. Sheriff Israel needs to step down from his position and the officers that refused to go into the school while the shooting was taking place need to be fired,” said Nohl Rosen founder of Rally For Law Enforcement which is nationwide.
Rosen says quite a number of people in their movement are outraged over the incident and feel that it tarnishes the badges that many good police officers wear. Rally For Law Enforcement has proposed using armed volunteers made up of veterans and retired law enforcement officers to help protect the schools and the students while classes are in session.
You can find out more about Rally For Law Enforcement by visiting their web site at www.rallyforle.com.