Do you think lockdowns are a good or bad idea for schools? Should schools that implement lockdowns be required to have an armed, trained, certified, experienced guard on site, or should the children be allowed to leave instead of being imprisioned in classrooms until the shooter is taken out from law officials? We all saw what happened to the home invasion family a year ago where law officials were not allowed to go in for quite some time (for the order). I'm sure there were police that wanted to be heros and go on in (I would) and my thanks go out to them, but there are situations when you cannot just sit around, have a meeting, drink some coffee, get a ok from someone that is in an area with bad cell phone service. Is there statistical evidence that show lockdowns really work?