Oxford district declined offer to launch independent review into school shooting, Michigan AG says
Added 12-07-21 03:04:02am EST - “Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said late Monday that Oxford school officials have declined her offer of an independent review of the shooting.” - News.yahoo.com
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DETROIT — Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said late Monday that Oxford school officials have declined her offer to lead an independent review of facts leading up to the Nov. 30 shooting that left four students dead.
"We had heard that the Oxford School District had indicated that they wanted a third party to review the policies and protocols that were in place and, really, the events leading up to the acts of November 30 and what happened during the course of the events. So I offered my department," Nessel told CNN host Don Lemon.
"I thought, 'What better agency to conduct a special review than the Michigan Department of Attorney General?' We learned, just a short while ago, that the school district has turned down our offer and it said they're going to go with a private security firm instead to conduct an internal review."
On Sunday, Nessel, the top law enforcement officer in the state, offered to use her team to investigate the shooting that killed four students and injured seven people.
She said she hopes the "school district cares as much about the safety of their students as they do shielding themselves from civil liability."
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