Ehlmann Names 14 to School Security Task Force

St. Peters Police Chief Tom Bishop is a member of the new task force.

St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann recently named 14 people, including St. Peters Police Chief Tom Bishop to the St. Charles County School Task Force.

The 14 have been seleteced for a school security task force for a term expiring June 1, 2013. The task force will hold two meetings in January at the St. Charles County Administration Building, 201 North Second Street, Rooms 115-116. The meetings will be open to the public and public input will be sought.

Named to the task force are:

  • Bernard J. DuBray: Superintendent, Fort Zumwalt School District, representing the school community
  • Jeff Marion: Superintendent, St. Charles School District, representing theschool community
  • Bernard Naumann: President, Duchesne High School, representing theschool community
  • Rebecca Schmidt: Principal, Immanuel Lutheran School, representing theschool community
  • John Oldani: Vice President for Student Development, Lindenwood University, representing the school community
  • Tom Neer: St. Charles County Sheriff, representing law enforcement
  • Tom Bishop: St. Peters Chief of Police, representing lawenforcement
  • Lisa Harrison: Chief of Police, City of Wentzville, representing lawenforcement
  • Nancy L. Schneider: Circuit Judge, Division 2, representing law enforcement
  • Kenneth Simmons: Chief Juvenile Officer, St. Charles County, representing law enforcement
  • Laura Heebner: President and Chief Executive Officer of Crider Center, representing mental health treatment
  • Barbara Griffith: President /CEO of Community Living, representing developmental disabilities services
  • Joe Brazil: District 2, , representing the County Council
  • Terry Hollander: District 5, representing the County Council
bdss-security.com December 28, 2012 at 07:03 PM
I dont think these people know SECURITY they just think they know.
bdss-security.com December 28, 2012 at 08:46 PM
Working security at nuclear plant gives more range training than any law enforcement. Agency will ever receive. One on site well trained officer will certainly give greater odds of less casualties. Fear will slow down any response time but with many hours of training one will have less fear and more confidencei just by knowing what to do without doubt.
Keepalowprofile March 26, 2013 at 05:35 PM
Somebody is mad because he didn't get invited to play with the big kids. Its okay, at the rate our country is declining, Its just a matter of time before you get to say "I told you so." Hang in there, your 15 minutes will come.


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