Item: Tom Luna's safety in question? Superintendent's staff installs panic button/Ben Botkin, Twin Falls Times-News
More Info: Idaho public schools chief Tom Luna’s staff ordered an additional panic button for their office while emotions ran high and state lawmakers weighed his proposed education overhaul in late March. Public expense records show that the state paid $868.31 on March 31 to Allied General Fire and Security Inc. for installation of a third panic button in the State Department of Education office in Boise.
Question: Do you have adequate security in your workplace?