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Let’s Talk about Gun Violence Restraining Orders

October 23, 2019

We can’t predict the future.  But on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed hundreds of new bills into effect. Among them was AB-61. It criminalizes individuals based on the assumption that...

When Can We Stop Writing These Headlines

FCC was rocked by reports of a possible shooting threat on Tuesday, Aug. 20. Campus police later found no credible threat, but the possibility of the threat, and the proximity of that possibility, made students anxious all the same.
August 28, 2019

In El Paso, three weeks ago, a man with a gun opened fire in a Walmart, murdering 22 people, on August 3. Twenty-four were injured. Just over 12 hours later, another nine people were shot and killed in...

‘No Evidence of Credible Threat,’ Police Chief Says, Following Report of Possible Shooter Threat

Chief of Police Jose Flores speaks at the Safety Event accompanied by
Carole Goldsmith, Fresno City College president, Sean Henderson, dean of students at room 251 in the Old Administration Building at FCC on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.
August 21, 2019

Fresno City College Chief of Police Jose Flores assured staff and students of their safety via email after a rumor of a campus shooting surfaced on Tuesday, August 20. Within the first two weeks back...

Are We Vulnerable to a Mass Shooting at FCC?

Are We Vulnerable to a Mass Shooting at FCC?
September 11, 2018

In the early afternoon of Aug. 26, 2018 David Katz walked into a pizza parlor in Jacksonville, Florida where a video game tournament was being held and opened fire, killing two people and injuring at least...

I Will Not Live in Fear of Mass Shootings

I Will Not Live in Fear of Mass Shootings
October 25, 2017

On Oct. 1, 58 innocent people were killed and hundreds of others were injured while attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival on the Las Vegas Strip. The bullets that took the lives of those festival...

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