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Uvalde Shooting Report: Multiple Failures and 'Lackadaisical Approach' by Law Enforcement | VIDEO

Jul 18, 2022 View Original Article
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    -70% Very Liberal

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    -39% Negative

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62% : The report also lacks to-the-second timestamps that would be useful for the public, and for members of law enforcement across the country, to evaluate the quality of police response.
50% : If they had recognized the situation as an active shooter scenario, they should have prioritized the "rescue of innocent victims over the precious time wasted in a search for door keys, and shields to enhance the safety of law enforcement responders."
49% :Describing the "shortcoming and failures of the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District and of various agencies and officers of law enforcement," the report notes nearly 400 officers responded to the scene -- a number of whom were from federal agencies.
49% : Ultimately, the report found "the entirety of law enforcement and its training, preparation, and response shares systemic responsibility for many missed opportunities."
45% :CNN has reached out to Texas DPS, US Border Patrol, the Uvalde School District, the city's police department and the Uvalde district attorney for comment, among others.
42% :Surveillance footage shows that law enforcement entered the school minutes after the gunman, who had already gone inside adjoining classrooms 111 and 112 where he would kill the victims.
38% : Chief among them -- why authorities waited more than an hour in the school hallway before confronting and killing the gunman, a move that law enforcement experts say may have potentially cost lives.
35% : A preliminary report by the Texas House investigative committee probing the Uvalde, Texas, school massacre outlines a series of failures by multiple law enforcement agencies, describing "an overall lackadaisical approach" by authorities on the scene of the shooting in which 21 people were killed.
24% :A lack of law enforcement leadership both inside and outside of the school were also notable areas of failure in the response to the shooting, Burrows said Sunday.

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