We need to become proactive - not reactive
It is time humanity solved its own problems and stopped depending on law enforcement, the military, and God.  God built the framework in six days. Everything is right here. The framework lies in each of our hearts passed down from God to Adam, Eve, to you. You just have to recognize that fact. Government’s job is as follows

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, ensure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

It is our responsibility as stated in the Constitution.

Based on my experience developing a safety posture at the University of South Carolina in the late 60’s early 70s during riots and later rapes on campus  it is up to the community to take charge, not government, cops, or God. My programs bolstered by a research paper I published for the Carnegie Foundation - The Students Role In Handling Campus Affairs-  could be utilized today. Utilizing Chambers of Commerce, Universities, and public schools. Student Governments in education, even in elementary schools could take on securing their campuses.

LET’S BEGIN THE DIALOGUE: We need COMMUNITY ACTION TEAMS to form in cities and towns composed as one volunteer representative of Faith, Chamber of Commerce, Public Schools, University, and Hospital, law enforcement, and government to begin local dialogues.

Our students, teachers, and administrators are our first line of defenses in our schools. They are present at the onset of tragedy. Student Government in colleges, high schools, middle schools, and even elementary schools are elected by student bodies. They need to develop a number of initiatives to bring outsiders, troubled students, even mentally disadvantaged students into the inner circle of academic excellence in coordination with the Community Action Teams. 

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