20 Minute Police Response Time At Sandy Hook?

Why isn’t anyone talking about this? CNN posted a timeline of events at Sandy Hook, and according to the report it took police 20 minutes to respond. That’s an eternity.

At the police station, dispatchers began to take calls from inside the school. Authorities say the first emergency call about the shooting came in at “approximately” 9:30 a.m.

“Sandy Hook school. Caller is indicating she thinks someone is shooting in the building,” a dispatcher told fire and medical personnel, according to 911 tapes.

Police and other first responders arrived on scene about 20 minutes after the first calls.

Via Instapundit, who adds “You can see why police chiefs are calling for arming school personnel.

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