Wolfgang Halbig Wolfgang Halbig has lived a life of serving the public as law enforcement officer, school official, safety expert. Formerly the Executive Director of the National Institute for School and Workplace Safety, Wolfgang Halbig has recently formed a new safety and security company, WK & Associates. Previous to founding NISWS, Mr. Halbig worked in public education as a teacher, dean, assistant principal, principal, director of an alternative school and as the Director for School Safety and Security of the Seminole County Public Schools, a school district of approximately 65,000 students. Mr. Halbig also has law enforcement experience as a former Florida State Trooper in Miami, Florida, and as a United States Customs Inspector. As a result of his unique background in both law enforcement and education, Mr. Halbig has been invited to provide presentations and keynotes to a variety of audiences, including the National Education Law Conference, the National School Board Association, the Oklahoma School Board Association, the Illinois School Board Association, the New York State School Board Association and the Florida School Board Association. A nationally recognized school safety and security expert and consultant, he has provided safety training and school assessments for more than 8,000 school districts nationwide. Mr. Halbig has also been featured on NBC’s Dateline and CBS’ Good Morning America. Halbig earned his B.S. from Abilene Christian University, Abilene TX, and his M.S. from Nova University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Website:sandyhookjustice.com montefrank.comsandyhookjusticereport.comHartfordcommunitycourt.com James Tracy James Tracy holds a PhD from The University of Iowa and was Associate Professor of journalism and media studies at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton from 2002 to 2016. In addition to historical research on media institutions Tracy has done considerable research on media coverage of recent events such as the Sandy Hook School massacre and the Boston Marathon bombing. Because he questioned the official narrative of the Sandy Hook massacre in this research Tracy became the subject of a media frenzy in early 2013. At that time his academic employer argued that Tracy’s work on his personal blog and public pronouncements were “free speech” yet not endorsed by the university. In January 2016 Florida Atlantic administrators terminated Tracy from his position, ostensibly for questioning university policy and failing to file paperwork on his outside activities in a timely manner. Tracy has established a legal defense fund and retained an attorney to further investigate his firing. Website(s):memoryholeblog.com,tracylegaldefense.org

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