Alabama to allow school administration personal to carry GUNS! Montgomery Alabama news.


Gov. Kay Ivey announced a program Wednesday that will train administrators in school security.

The voluntary Alabama Sentry Program will allow administrators in schools without a school resource officer to have a firearm on campus in a safe in order to respond to an active shooter.

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Administrators who participate in the program must complete training and have approval from the local superintendent, school board and county sheriff to participate.

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School sentries will be required to keep their firearms in a secured weapon storage system. School sentries, or their board of education, will be responsible for getting an approved weapon, ammunition and a specially-designed bullet-proof vest.


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