Ok. So, we have the shooting in the school in Florida. Everyone is all over the sheriffs, the guard at the school, which I thought was just part of the school, but since then I've learned he is a deputy from the Sheriffs' office. What exactly the procedure. Forget the "I was in the military, I would have gone in" stuff please. What is police procedure? Was the guy at the school's 'job' to call for assistance and create a perimeter? Was he supposed to wait for a tactical unit or whatever you call them..the ones with the protective gear and proper weapons? What, according to procedure of Sheriffs' departments, was he supposed to do, as well as the others that arrived? What is the "by the book" stuff that is in place...or is that different from one county to the next? Thanks.