Today marks the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting that killed 26 students and educators.
Shortly after the tragedy, state leaders in Oklahoma created the Oklahoma Commission on School Security.
The group came up with several recommendations to make schools safer across the state. During the last legislative session, the School Safety Institute was formed under the state's office of homeland security.
Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb was elected chair of the School Security Commission. We spoke with Lamb on his thoughts on the progression of the commission one year after the Sandy Hook shooting.