Responding to a latest taking pictures risk at Rancho Bernardo Excessive College, metropolis lawyer candidate Heather Ferbert has proposed a three-point plan to guard school-age kids.
Ferbert, who’s at present chief deputy metropolis lawyer, was joined by San Diego Unified College Board President Shana Hazan at a press convention on Wednesday to stipulate the plan.
“Our Baby Security Motion Plan is greater than only a coverage; it’s a dedication to our youngsters’s future. By increasing confirmed packages just like the gun violence restraining orders, we’re setting a normal for a way communities can come collectively to guard their most weak,” Ferbert mentioned.
The announcement got here on the heels of the latest taking pictures risk at Rancho Bernardo Excessive. Neal James Anders, 45, was arrested on Jan. 30 after his 14-year-old son allegedly made threats to hold out a taking pictures. Authorities accused Anders of illegally possessing a big array of weapons.
Ferbert’s plan requires increasing training about teen relationship violence, strengthening abuse detection, and enhancing gun violence prevention measures. She shared the detailed plan on-line.
Hazan praised the plan, saying, “As president of our college board and the mother of two younger daughters, I’m dedicated to the protection and wellbeing of San Diego’s kids …Collectively, with companions like Heather Ferbert — and efficient instruments like gun violence prevention restraining Orders — I do know we’ll create safer communities the place kids and households can thrive.”
Ferbert faces termed-out Assemblyman Brian Mainenschein within the March 5 major for metropolis lawyer.