WISCONSIN DELLS, WI (WTAQ) - Wisconsin law enforcement officers are gathering near Wisconsin Dells for the attorney general’s annual summit on public safety.
School security expert Ken Trump will give his ideas for protecting schools, in the wake of the Sandy Hook elementary shootings in Newtown Connecticut.
Oak Creek Police Chief John Edwards will share his experiences on handling last year’s mass shootings at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin.
Smaller sessions will explore the effects of school bullies, how the texting of sexual displays by young people can lead to sexual assaults, and trends in child exploitation.
The safety summit begins Wednesday morning at the Chula Vista Conference Center at the Dells. It runs through Thursday morning.