Israeli Security Guards Now Required to Leave Guns at Work, Following String of Fatal Shootings

Knesset enacts a slew of regulations designed to increase gun safety including stricter tests for security guards to catch psychiatric problems.

A new law requiring private security guards to check their guns at work will take effect at the start of the upcoming school year. It will come too late, though, for Jerusalem attorney Natan Gorno and his adult daughter Yamit, who were shot to death on Tuesday, evidently by a private security guard using the gun he carries at work.