At least one sheriff who "gets it".
Guns in the workplace? You bet, Sheriff Ivey says to about 200 human resource managers

By Wayne Price
Florida Today
April 17th. 2018

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Sheriff Wayne Ivey of the Brevard County Sheriff's Office gives tips on how to survive an active shooter situation. He uses the 4 As: awareness, avoidance, arm and attack. Video provided by Brevard County Sheriff's Office.

Speaking to about 200 people involved in human resources, Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey addressed what some consider a thorny issue: People carrying guns in the workplace.

Ivey aggressively charged at the thorniness of the subject with enthusiasm he is known for when it comes to an armed and properly trained populace.

While it's "a sad commentary on society" that being the target of an active shooter is much more of a concern than it used to be, Ivey said, "You have to worry about it."

Ivey was one of the guest speakers Wednesday at the annual Space Coast Human Resources Conference. His presentation — “The 4A’s of Survival in the Workplace” — has taken on added importance following the high-profile school shooting in Parkland on Feb. 14.