Sandy Hook Advisory Commission To Hear Testimony From Experts Friday

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The Sandy Hook Advisory Commission Gov. Malloy created to address issues the state faces in the wake of Newtown will hear testimony Friday from experts in the fields of infrastructure design, safety, and security. The 16 Malloy-appointed members of the commission were tasked with giving the governor public safety recommendations on school security, mental health, and gun violence, and will present an initial report to Malloy next month. The experts testifying Friday include architects, a retired FBI agent, and school safety and disaster management professionals.

Here are the experts testifying Friday:

  • Diane Harp Jones: Chief Executive Officer of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
  • Randall S. Luther: Tai Soo Kim Architects
  • Richard Munday: Newman Architects
  • Richard T. Connell: S/L/A/M Collaborative
  • Jim LaPosta: JCJ Architects
  • Kenneth S. Trump: President of National School Safety and Security Services
  • Mila Kennett: Project Manager for the Infrastructure Protection and Disaster Management Division of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  • Robert Mahoney: Executive Director of the Emergency Management Group, LLC and a retired FBI agent
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One thought on “Sandy Hook Advisory Commission To Hear Testimony From Experts Friday

  1. New Yorker

    I see the panel is all appointees by the governor. I wonder how many connections might be found? After reading about Jean Henry and how she has legal action pending against Mr. Malloy, then how she was ‘disciplined’ for actions associated with Sandy Hook after a demotion from him, makes me smell a rat. Our governor isn’t any better, but it sure seems like there are many lies and schemes surrounding this whole affair. Is anyone looking into this? I see Malloy was buddy with Obama at a fundraiser in CT this summer too. What is REALLY happening? Doesn’t seem like the interests of the people.

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