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Tom Callan, KSL Newsradio Virginia Tech might consider giving a Draper high school a call for tips on how to prevent a repeat shooting.
Unlike Virginia Tech, there would be no two-hour delay between shootings at Juan Diego Catholic High School in Draper. Immediately, the school would go on alert, students locked in their classrooms and the shooter isolated.
Draper Sergeant Jerry Allred devised the school's disaster plan. "Juan Diego has a very good security system, and they have a lot of cameras, and they're very careful about who they let in and out of the facility."
He says recent shootings indicate there is always a red flag about the shooter's intentions, if we look for it.