In response to the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., Gov. Bobby Jindal has just signed an executive order bringing numerous state agencies together to create a study group that will reassess and improve upon Louisiana’s current programs and plans pertaining to school safety.

The order states that the proposed think tank will be led by Superintendent of State Police Michael Edmonson and Department of Public Safety and Corrections Secretary James LeBlanc. The group will comprise state agencies including the Department of Education, Department of Health and Hospitals, the Board of Regents and the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness among others.

According to the order, the collaborative review and assessment will:

To read the governor’s executive order in full, click here.

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