On June 5 one person was shot dead at Seattle Pacific University, a school where security guards are not allowed to carry guns.
According to USA Today, a man holding either “a rifle or a shotgun… walked into Otto Walker Hall and opened fire.” One person was killed. Three others were wounded.
According to the Seattle Pacific University Office of Security and Public Safety, security guards patrol the campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week, but “do not have deputized or state-commissioned police authority and carry no guns.” They can make “citizen’s arrests when appropriate.”
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