Back in July, WI Attorney General Brad Schimel announced plans for a second round of grant funding for public and private schools looking to increase school safety. The deadline for schools to send in grant applications to use some of the $45 million available for safety improvements is August 30, 2018.
Click here to access WI School Safety Initiative Grant Applications
What the money can be used for is limited to what the application dubs "primary" and "advanced" security expenditures. SwiftShield is an approved school safety device as it can be used to improve classroom and building security. With response time from local authorities averaging about 20 minutes, a SwiftShield device in every classroom can help buy time and ensure student and teacher safety should an active shooter situation occurs.
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