ANNAPOLIS, Md (WMAR) - The state of Maryland is looking for public input on ways to prevent school shootings.
A state work group wants people, including emergency responders and local officials, to take a survey about the issue.
You can find that survey on the Maryland state website here.
The survey will only be available for a limited time.
It's part of an executive order from Governor Larry Hogan that aims to protect students and teachers in the state by preparing schools for emergency situations.