‘Threat assessment teams in school are vital’: Former FBI agent on mass shooting

ABC News published this video item, entitled “‘Threat assessment teams in school are vital’: Former FBI agent on mass shooting” – below is their description.

ABC News’ Linsey Davis speaks with former FBI agent and ABC News contributor Brad Garrett about missed signs on the Uvalde, Texas shooter, and how law enforcement can best respond to future threats.

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