Stunned by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Connecticut, police and school officials in one Colorado county felt they had to do something to reassure students, the Associated Press reports. Their solution: Have police officers on patrol do their arrest reports and other paperwork in school parking lots, rather than simply pulling off the road or returning to the police station. It's had an immediate calming impact at a time when the nation is embroiled in the emotional debate over gun control and gun violence.

"The kids get to see us in a new light. We're not showing up after...

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