The 16 member school safety commission that was created after the shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School is getting to work. It's the first of two full days of meetings by the statewide commission.The legislature created the panel as part of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement just weeks after the Parkland shooting.
The group will have two-day meetings every month through November before making its final list of recommendations.
The meetings at the BB&T Center in Sunrise are open to everyone and there's an opportunity for public comment.
Father of MSD victim Meadow Pollack resigns from MSD Public Safety Commission. Andrew Pollack submitted that resignation letter at today’s meeting, which just started. Says he’s launching an independent investigation. @nbc6 pic.twitter.com/6pxjMnODEg— Ari Odzer (@ariodzernbc6) June 7, 2018
This is just a reminder that the Governor’s MSD Commission on School Safety is meeting tomorrow at 8:30am & Fri at the BB&T Center - Chairman’s Club in Sunrise, FL. One of tomorrow’s topics is PROMISE. I will be speaking to PROMISE during public speakers later in the day on Thur. pic.twitter.com/GdnumkpMuT— Tim Sternberg, Ed.S. 🎓 (@TimWSternberg) June 6, 2018