(KFOR NEWS  July 30, 2019)   On KFOR’s Lincoln Live, Lancaster County, Terry Wagner, reflects on attending an FBI National Academy Alumni Conference in Phoenix, where a keynote topic focused on the February 14, 2018 killing of 17 students and staff at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.  Sheriff Wagner came away appreciating the state-of-the-art emergency communication network recently installed for Lincoln and Lancaster County first responders.  Wagner pointing out how in the parkland shooting, 911 fire dispatches had to physically be taken to police and police 911 dispatch messages had to be physically handled the same way.  Wagner says that’s the way it used to be in Lincoln 40 years ago.

Sheriff Wagner also talks about School Resource Officers in the school systems at Waverly, Norris, Malcolm and Raymond Central on KFOR’s Lincoln Live, heard Monday through Friday at 8:45am on KFOR.

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