Letter to the Editor

By Thunderworld Staff



Dear editor:

The Executive Council of The Associated Students of Highline College would like to thank everyone involved for their response to the incident on Friday, February 16th, 2018.

Our security staff, and all of our local law enforcement responded to the situation and treated it as a possible serious breach of our campus.  Had the situation been dire, we would have been very lucky that the response was made the way it was.

We are lucky because we can rest assured, knowing that the security on our campus and local law enforcement are prepared to respond appropriately to any and every occasion that could arise.

The Associated Students of Highline College would like for the voice of students to be actively represented and involved in development of the emergency response protocols for Highline College.

– Endorsed in Council by The Associated Students of Highline College on Feb. 27, 2018

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