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The School Defense Act of 2013 (Coded: 3-1; also called the SD Act) is a Southwest Republic legislative piece introduced by Barbara Boxer (L-SC) on January 12, 2013, in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on December 14, 2012. The shooting prompted renewed debate about gun control across the former United States, including the Southwest Republic.

The Act establishes the Federal School Marshal Service, which is similiar to the Federal Air Marshal Service, but is specifically designed to protect students and staff while school is in sessession. It also requires the improvement of security and the addition of surveillance cameras, electric fences, bulletproof windows, and auto-locking doors.  The Senate passed the bill with a slim majority of 47-43 on January 15 and was signed into law by President Ahiga Johnson on January 16, 2013.

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Enactment of School Defense
3-1
Measures Presented to the Senate


  • I: Means for School Defense
    • i. For the protection of students and staff from criminals while at school.
    • ii. To prevent another massacare from occuring at schools.
    • iii. To ensure parents that their students are protected at school and have no reason to worry.
  • II: Measures
    • i: Establishment of the Federal School Marshal Service
      • a: Hiring and training school marshals in close quarters combat (CQC), as well as urban warfare, prescision use of a firearm, and training in the identification of a possible criminal.
      • b: Positioning of at least one school marshal on the campus of every elementary, middle, and high school campuses.
    • ii: Installment of New Security Features
      • a: The installment of surveillance cameras to monitor points of entry, classrooms, hallways, and locations where students or staff gather in mass.
      • b: The installment of electric fences to prevent an individual from entering the campus via climbing or "jumping" a fence.
      • c: Installment of auto-locking doors to prevent an individual from entering or leaving a classroom during times of school lockdown.
      • b: Installment of bulletproof windows to prevent an individual from attemping to harm students or staff by climbing or shooting through a window. 
APPROVED BY THE SENATE
SIGNED AHIGA JOHNSON, THE SIXTEEN OF JANUARY, YEAR OF OUR LORD TWO THOUSAND AND THIRTEEN
Seal of the Southwest Republic

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