Using social media, Jones has campaigned to have county residents – even those who do not live within the communities patrolled by the Sheriff department – pressure their local board members to strengthen security.
Jones has also offered free Conceal Carry Weapon (CCW) training to school staffers in hopes that his idea of arming some teachers and staffers in schools is adopted by local school districts.
But some school boards are moving too slow, he complains.
So as early as May, motorists in some Butler County school systems – Jones declined to name which ones he is targeting – will see billboards with messages critical of local board members in regards to what he considers inadequate school security.
“When you are looking at (saving) lives, you can’t wait,” he said.
Of the school boards that don’t make security updates, Jones warned, “I will be their worst enemy.”