Police departments ramp up active shooter trainings after recent school shootings

Newtown, Connecticut; Parkland, Florida; and most recently Uvalde, Texas.

Those cities may ring a bell, as they’ve made headlines for deadly mass school shootings in the last decade. 

Survivors of the Uvalde school shooting went back to school last week, so Fox News wanted to get a better understanding of the training law enforcement goes through for these types of scenarios.

Multimedia reporter Ashley Soriano experienced an active school shooter simulation at Texas State University’s Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response (ALERRT) Center.

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1 thought on “Police departments ramp up active shooter trainings after recent school shootings”

  1. Why does anyone under the age of 25 need an assault weapon? Actually, why does anyone really need an assault weapon?? What else can they do except KILL PEOPLE??

    Wake up! Please….. Mary Lou Schwinn

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