Now We Know WHO Gave The Order NOT To Storm The School & Stop The Massacre …. Check This Out SMH

Kirsters Baish| The identity of the Broward County Deputy who gave the “stage” order which prevented police officers from entering Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on the day that Nikolas Cruz began to open fire on students and faculty. Captain Jan Jordan was the one who ordered officers to form a perimeter despite the fact that department policy allowed them to enter the school.

Fox News came out with the information on the Broward County Sheriff Captain who issued the “stage” and “perimeter” orders which prevented responding police officers from entering Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School while Cruz was inside, shooting unarmed students and faculty.

Law enforcement sources told Fox News that the person in charge of Broward County deputies on the scene was Captain Jan Jordan. Jordan instructed her fellow officers to stay outside of the school while the shooting was taking place, even though department policies clearly stated that officers are able to enter this kind of scene in order to neutralize the shooter.

Fox reported, “Sources told Fox News it was Jordan giving the commands because they were recorded on the dispatch logs coming from Jordan’s radio insignia 17S1, or ‘Seventeen Sierra One.”

A Broward County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson stated that “Captain Jordan asked if a perimeter had been established after the shooter left the building.” The spokesperson would not say whether Jordan had made the call because of knowledge of other law enforcement agencies on the scene or whether she made a huge mistake in assessing the situation. The spokesperson also didn’t say why Jordan “asked” for police officers to form a perimeter. Captain Jordan was the senior office on the scene, so if she requested information, it would be taken as an order.

Fox News reported that documents that they had obtained from the Broward County Sheriff’s Office state that the “perimeter” order was the first order to go out to officers who arrived on the scene, roughly 10 minutes after Cruz began to open fire. The call stated, “at 2:32 p.m….the first command to form a perimeter was issued, ’17S1… NEED PERIMETER.’”It took another 15 minutes before a SWAT team arrived on the scene and entered the school. By this time, Cruz was already off school property and on the run after hiding in a crowd of students exiting the building.Fox News reported that in the same document request, they obtained a manual which clearly instructs officers to enter this kind of scene and save as many lives as possible. It also stated that a supervisor’s permission isn’t needed if officers are under the impression that people are at risk of injury or death inside the building, which clearly they were.

Captain Jordan is a 27-year veteran of the Broward County Sheriff’s Department. She has not come forward to speak about the shooting as of yet. Scott Israel, Broward County Sheriff, has refused to answer questions about why the department stayed outside of the school while other departments and emergency responders worked quickly to save students and teachers inside the building.