Co-host of “Outnumbered” Emily Compagno joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to explain why children throughout this country would benefit from having more law enforcement officers present in their schools.

“I went to public schools my entire existence, before graduate school, in a very urban environment. So I had uniformed police officers at my school every day. To me, it was a sign of reassurance. It was everything positive for me. I understand that that’s coming from my particular perspective, but I loved it. And we were all friends with the officers, right? So at a young age, it was establishing this community in this rapport that I felt with law enforcement as well. In the constellation of needs that I see for schools, you know, let’s take this national shooting, the response time was fast and then immediate engagement and then immediate takedown. But the whole point was that you take out the commute time. And I also think that one of the biggest benefits of it is deterrence, because as we know, the shooter said, I was going to this other school but there was too much security. So deterrence is the same thing. If you just have a sign on the door that says ‘Beware of Doberman’, you don’t even have to have a Doberman behind that fence. If you have a uniformed guard, if you have anything in the beamers, that deterrence factor is really crucial, in my humble opinion.”

Plus, Emily talks about the new episode of “The Fox True Crime Podcast”. To hear what else she had to say, listen to the podcast!